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

RIBA159943
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. See RIBA130681 for a black and white version of this image.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the 'wets' building main hall with its glazed roof

RIBA159944
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. See RIBA130682 for a black and white version of this image.

Factory for Boots Pure Drug Company, Beeston, Nottinghamshire: the 'wets' building main hall with its glazed roof

RIBA159945
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. See RIBA130683 for a colour version of this image.

Orion House (formerly Thorn House), Upper St Martin's Lane, London

RIBA159952
Basil Spence & Partners
NOTES: Formerly Thorn House, it was designed by Andrew Renton and Humphrey Wood, while working for Basil Spence & Partners in 1959. In 1989/1990 it was remodelled and reclad by Renton Howard Wood Levin, with Humphrey Wood taking at active role. Geoffrey Clarke's sculpture 'The Spirit of Electricity' was retained and it was renamed Orion House.

Orion House (formerly Thorn House), Upper St Martin's Lane, London

RIBA159953
Basil Spence & Partners
NOTES: Formerly Thorn House, it was designed by Andrew Renton and Humphrey Wood, while working for Basil Spence & Partners in 1959. In 1989/1990 it was remodelled and reclad by Renton Howard Wood Levin, with Humphrey Wood taking at active role. Geoffrey Clarke's sculpture 'The Spirit of Electricity' was retained and it was renamed Orion House.
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