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Royalty Studios, 105 Lancaster Road, London: detail of post box

RIBA121464
Campbell Zogolovitch Wilkinson & Gough

Design model for Cardiff Bay Visitors' Centre, Cardiff

RIBA125703
Alsop & Lyall
NOTES: Known locally as 'The Tube', the project was completed in 1991. It was intended to last about 5 years but was moved several times and not finally dismantled until 2010. It was made of a PVC membrane covering a series of steel hoops. This presentation model was made by the model maker Tony Reason.

Design model for Cardiff Bay Visitors' Centre, Cardiff

RIBA125704
Alsop & Lyall
NOTES: Known locally as 'The Tube', the project was completed in 1991. It was intended to last about 5 years but was moved several times and not finally dismantled until 2010. It was made of a PVC membrane covering a series of steel hoops. This presentation model was made by the model maker Tony Reason.

Design model for Cardiff Bay Visitors' Centre, Cardiff

RIBA125705
Alsop & Lyall
NOTES: Known locally as 'The Tube', the project was completed in 1991. It was intended to last about 5 years but was moved several times and not finally dismantled until 2010. It was made of a PVC membrane covering a series of steel hoops. This presentation model was made by the model maker Tony Reason.

Design model for Cardiff Bay Visitors' Centre, Cardiff

RIBA125706
Alsop & Lyall
NOTES: Known locally as 'The Tube', the project was completed in 1991. It was intended to last about 5 years but was moved several times and not finally dismantled until 2010. It was made of a PVC membrane covering a series of steel hoops. This presentation model was made by the model maker Tony Reason.

Design model for Cardiff Bay Visitors' Centre, Cardiff

RIBA125707
Alsop & Lyall
NOTES: Known locally as 'The Tube', the project was completed in 1991. It was intended to last about 5 years but was moved several times and not finally dismantled until 2010. It was made of a PVC membrane covering a series of steel hoops. This presentation model was made by the model maker Tony Reason.

Design for 54 & 55 Piccadilly, Westminster, London: perspective

RIBA125939
Young & Spencer
NOTES: This building has since been demolished.

Design for Cranbourne House, Westminster, London: perspective

RIBA125940
Spencer, Arthur George (1863-1944)
NOTES: Cranbourne House was possibly on Charing Cross Road or Shaftesbury Avenue.

Unexecuted design for Centrepoint (or Centre Point), 101 New Oxford Street, London: perspective viewed from the south-west

RIBA126428
R. Seifert & Partners
NOTES: In plan, the building is almost as built. This early design lacks the piloti and distinctive window shapes of the completed building.
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