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Baker Street London Underground Station and Chiltern Court: perspective design showing the corner of Baker Street and Marylebone Road

RIBA31435
Clark, Charles Walter (1885-1972)
NOTES: Chiltern Court was an apartment block built above Baker Street London Underground Station by the Metropolitan Railway.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: perspective view of the gallery, Canada House and Nelson's Column from an elevated viewpoint

RIBA31904
Railton, William (1801?-1877)
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building (part of which can be seen here) was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838. Nelson's Column was designed by William Railton and completed in 1843.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: perspective views from Trafalgar Square and Pall Mall

RIBA31976
CDG Practice
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building (part of which can be seen here) was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: elevations

RIBA31978
CDG Practice
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building (part of which can be seen here) was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Cartoon showing a proposed new approach to Westminster Abbey, London, with buses and a group of tourists seen at a crossing in the foreground

RIBA34748
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
SOURCE: Architects' Journal, vol. 110, 1949 Aug., p. 193

Unexecuted design for the John Lewis Department Store, Oxford Street / Cavendish Square, London: perspective view

RIBA35804
Crabtree, William (1905-1991)
NOTES: This unexecuted design for the John Lewis Department Store is one of a number made by William Crabtree and others for the John Lewis Partnership. It dates from between 1937 and 1948.

Unexecuted design for an office building on the site of the Queen's Hall, Langham Place, London: perspective view

RIBA35886
Franck, Carl Ludwig Philipp (1904-1985)
NOTES: The Queen's Hall (concert hall) was destroyed by bombing in 1941. John Nash's All Souls Church (1823) can be seen to the left of Franck's proposed office block.

Illustration demonstrating the advantages of placing health, shopping, recreation, education, work and travel facilities within easy reach of the home

RIBA36083
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: During World War II Erno Goldfinger presented his vision of the reconstruction of a post war Britain in a series of exhibitions mounted for the Army Bureau of Current Affairs (A.B.C.A.). In the 1944 ABCA exhibition entitled 'Planning Your Neighbourhood: for home, for work, for play' Goldfinger proposed a blueprint for the rebuilding of the heavily bombed London district of Shoreditch. The image shown here is page 4 of a bound presentation booklet for the project which was designed for the Air Ministry Directorate of Educational Services.

Illustration demonstrating the importance of traffic segregation to separate fast and slow-travelling vehicles and provide easy passage for pedestrians

RIBA36087
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: During World War II Erno Goldfinger presented his vision of the reconstruction of a post war Britain in a series of exhibitions mounted for the Army Bureau of Current Affairs (A.B.C.A.). In the 1944 ABCA exhibition entitled 'Planning Your Neighbourhood: for home, for work, for play' Goldfinger proposed a blueprint for the rebuilding of the heavily bombed London district of Shoreditch. The image shown here is page 8 of a bound presentation booklet for the project which was designed for the Air Ministry Directorate of Educational Services.
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