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The Haas-Lilienthal House, 2007 Franklin Street, San Francisco

RIBA33599
Schmidt, Peter R.
NOTES: This house, one of the largest private residences in San Francisco, was built for Bertha and William Haas in 1886 and continued to be lived in by their descendants until the end of the 1970s. Since then it has been the offices of the Foundation for San Francisco's Architectural Heritage and is open for tours.

Vancouver Art Gallery, Hornby Street, Vancouver

RIBA33638
Erickson, Arthur Charles (1924-2009)
NOTES: The building was designed by Rattenbury as Vancouver's Provincial Courts but was converted by Erickson for the Art Gallery which moved in in 1983.

Office for Building Design Partnership, Preston, Lancashire

RIBA33812
Building Design Partnership
NOTES; This is an early example of open office planning (burolandschaft) in Britain.

The Coach House, Saffron Walden, Essex

RIBA33835
NOTES: The Coach House, originally the stables of the old rectory, was the home of Edwin Smith and his wife, the artist and writer, Olive Cook.

The Coach House, Saffron Walden, Essex: the kitchen

RIBA33836
NOTES: The Coach House, originally the stables of the old rectory, was the home of Edwin Smith and his wife, the artist and writer, Olive Cook.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the street front

RIBA33878
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the central patio with the classroom block on the left and the academic staff office block on the right

RIBA33879
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the central patio with the academic staff office block on the left and the classroom block on the right

RIBA33880
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the central patio at dusk

RIBA33881
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the central patio with the classroom block on the left and the academic staff office block on the right

RIBA33882
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the classroom block

RIBA33883
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.

Roger de Lluria Building, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona: the academic staff office block

RIBA33884
MBM Arquitectes
NOTES: MBM Arquitectes were responsible for the transformation of three 19th century military buildings [the Roger de Lluria and Jaume I barracks] in 1997 to 2001, each occupying a city block, for the Faculties of Humanities of the Pompeu Fabra University.
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