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Palmer House, Chicago

RIBA7262
Palmer, Charles M.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the entrance and side elevations of the 'wets' building

RIBA7280
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: roof of the 'wets' building

RIBA7281
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the entrance front of the 'wets' building

RIBA7282
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the loading way of the 'wets' building

RIBA7283
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the main hall of the 'wets' building

RIBA7284
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the main hall of the 'wets' building

RIBA7285
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the main hall of the 'wets' building

RIBA7286
Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This, the D10 Building, is noteworthy for its use of reinforced concrete and glass cladding. It is the earliest example of such a structural system in a large scale industrial building in England. It was Grade I listed in 1971.
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