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Kidbrooke Comprehensive School, Greenwich, London: concertina doors providing partitioning in the library

Slater Uren & Pike
NOTES: This was the first purpose-built comprehensive school in Britain. It was designed by Slater Uren & Pike for the London County Council.

Cripps Building, St John's College, Cambridge: undergraduate accommodation

Powell & Moya
NOTES: This building was given an RIBA Architecture Award in 1967.

Napier Technical College, Merchiston, Edinburgh: the library

Alison Hutchison & Partners
NOTES: The college changed its name to Napier College of Science and Technology in 1967 and after a number of subsequent mergers with nearby colleges has been a consitutent part of Napier University since 1992.

University of Sussex Library, Falmer

Sir Basil Spence Bonnington & Collins

Commons block, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London: close-up of the library bookshelves

Cadbury-Brown, Henry Thomas (1913-2009)
NOTES: This art school, known as the Royal College of Art since 1896, occupied premises in the South Kensington Museum where the various departments were scattered over quite a wide area. The college was rehoused over a period of ten years in purpose-built premises in Kensington Gore, the first of which opened in 1962. It gained university status by Royal Charter in 1967.