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Highfield, North Street, Great Driffield, Yorkshire: the lady of the house with her two children

RIBA106746
Paull & Ayliffe
NOTES: A grand house originallly built in 1865 for Henry Angas, a grocer. It was considerably altered by Temple Moore in 1882-1887 for the new owner Harrison Holt, which included a billiard room and a drawing room. The house was further extended in the 'Elizabethan style' in 1898 by a local firm George Shepherdson, possibly to the designs of Moore.

Elswick Leisure Park, Elswick Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: boys in front of a Victorian drinking fountain

RIBA110336
Napper Collerton Partnership
NOTES: Elswick Park was orignally the grounds of the Georgian Elswick Hall. Donated to the city in 1881 it served the recreational needs of west Newcastle up till the late 1970s when owing to the deterioration of the area, the City embarked on a regeneration programme. This included the demolition of the old Elslwick Hall with the provision of a new swimming pool on the site and the building of a new pavilion to serve outdoor sporting activities in the park and to act as a community centre for the neighbourhood.

Elswick Leisure Park, Elswick Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: boys in front of a Victorian drinking fountain

RIBA110337
Napper Collerton Partnership
NOTES: Elswick Park was orignally the grounds of the Georgian Elswick Hall. Donated to the city in 1881 it served the recreational needs of west Newcastle up till the late 1970s when owing to the deterioration of the area, the City embarked on a regeneration programme. This included the demolition of the old Elslwick Hall with the provision of a new swimming pool on the site and the building of a new pavilion to serve outdoor sporting activities in the park and to act as a community centre for the neighbourhood.

169 Adelaide Road, London: Tirzah and Eric Ravilious's children pictured sitting on the fig tree in the garden, left to right, John, Ann and James, with a friend

RIBA111238
Ravilious, James (1939-1999)
NOTES: James Ravilious became a well-known photographer and owned a camera belonging to Edwin Smith, given to him by Olive Cook.

Tirzah and James Ravilious

RIBA111239
Ravilious, James (1939-1999)
NOTES: James Ravilious became a well-known photographer and owned a camera belonging to Edwin Smith, given to him by Olive Cook.

Colosseum, Rome

RIBA112834

Child in front of ancient columns, Rome

RIBA113071
NOTES: This image is one of many taken by Ivy de Wolfe, the pseudonym of Hazel de Cronin Hastings, of Italian subjects. Many of these appeared in the book 'The Italian Townscape' by Ivor de Wolfe (London, Architectural Press, 1963).

INA-Casa housing, Valco di San Paolo, Rome

RIBA113582
De Renzi, Mario (1897-1967)
NOTES: The INA-Casa was a body set up in 1949 which subsidized much building in Italy after the Second World War. It was named after the funding national insurance agency, the Istituto Nazionale Assicurazioni. De Renzi and Muratori were responsible for the general urban planning and various other architects worked on individual blocks.

Fountain of the Tritons (Fontana dei Tritoni) with the campanile of Santa Maria in Cosmedin behind, Piazza Bocca della Verita, Rome

RIBA113639
Bizzaccheri, Carlo Francesco (1655-1721)
NOTES: The church, also known as Santa Maria in Schola Graeca, was built in the 6th century and incorporates two earlier structures, the Templum Herculis Pompeiani in the Forum Boarium and the Imperial Roman Statio Annonae. The church underwent substantial restoration in 1118-1124 during which time the seven-storey campanile was added. The Fountain of the Tritons (Fontana dei Tritoni) is 1715 by Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri. It was also named Fountain of Clement XI after Pope Clement XI (1649-1721) who ordered one to be built in his memory.

Harmood Estate, Chalk Farm, London: a children's play area

RIBA115280
Camden. Architects Department

Queen's Road Estate (Phase I), Richmond-upon-Thames, London

RIBA118684
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: The Queen's Road Estate was built in three phases between 1972 and the early 1990s. Phase I comprised 91 units on a three acre site between Cambrian Road to the north, Stafford Place to the south, and fronting Queen's Road. Completed in 1983, it was awarded listing building status in 2012. Phase II towards the northern end of the site (between Greville Road and Park Hill) was also by Darbourne & Darke, but Phase III was by different architects. See RIBA118692 for a colour version of this image.

Queen's Road Estate (Phase I), Richmond-upon-Thames, London

RIBA118692
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: The Queen's Road Estate was built in three phases between 1972 and the early 1990s. Phase I comprised 91 units on a three acre site between Cambrian Road to the north, Stafford Place to the south, and fronting Queen's Road. Completed in 1983, it was awarded listing building status in 2012. Phase II towards the northern end of the site (between Greville Road and Park Hill) was also by Darbourne & Darke, but Phase III was by different architects. See RIBA118684 for a black and white version of this image.
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