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New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: detail of the entrance doors and surrounding etched glass panels

RIBA122323
Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners
NOTES: The engraved glass panels are by the artist John Hutton. On one side of the entrance is this depicting the flora and birds and on the other side the glass panel includes the New Zealand coat of arms.

New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: detail of etched glass panel adjacent to the entrance doors

RIBA122324
Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners
NOTES: The engraved glass panels are by the artist John Hutton. On one side of the entrance is this depicting the flora and birds and on the other side the glass panel includes the New Zealand coat of arms.

New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: detail of engraved glass panel beneath the entrance canopy depicting the flora and birds of New Zealand, seen from inside the entrance hall

RIBA122325
Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners
NOTES: The engraved glass panels are by the artist John Hutton. On one side of the entrance is this depicting the flora and birds and on the other side the glass panel includes the New Zealand coat of arms.

New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: detail of engraved glass panel adjacent to the entrance seen from inside the entrance hall

RIBA122326
Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners
NOTES: The engraved glass panels are by the artist John Hutton. On one side of the entrance is this depicting the flora and bird and on the other side the glass panel includes the New Zealand coat of arms.

Stag Brewery Site, Victoria Street, Westminster, London: the ticket offices of British United Airways, Portland House

RIBA122493
Howard Fairbairn & Partners
NOTES: The Stag Brewery site was a development from 1962-1963 of largely office buildings and some residential accommodation to the north of Victoria Street, Westminster. Its name comes from the Watney Mann brewery which stood on the site. The resulting buildings were designed by various architects and included a pedestrian square, Stag Place. It has since been rebuilt in the late 1990s early 2000s. The ticket offices for British United Airways is located on the ground floor of Portland House (by Howard Fairbairn & Partners). The BUA ticket offices have been designed by Clive Pascall & Peter Watson and make use of decorative glass screens and a space-frame suspended from the ceiling, used to create a visual barrier between different areas of the open-plan office.

Stag Brewery Site, Victoria Street, Westminster, London: the ticket offices of British United Airways, Portland House

RIBA122494
Howard Fairbairn & Partners
NOTES: The Stag Brewery site was a development from 1962-1963 of largely office buildings and some residential accommodation to the north of Victoria Street, Westminster. Its name comes from the Watney Mann brewery which stood on the site. The resulting buildings were designed by various architects and included a pedestrian square, Stag Place. It has since been rebuilt in the late 1990s early 2000s. The ticket offices for British United Airways is located on the ground floor of Portland House (by Howard Fairbairn & Partners). The BUA ticket offices have been designed by Clive Pascall & Peter Watson and make use of decorative glass screens and a space-frame suspended from the ceiling, used to create a visual barrier between different areas of the open-plan office.

Masons, Fleet Street, City of London: the library with a view of the engraved balustrade of the mezzanine

RIBA131108
Korper, Julia
NOTES: This is a refurbishment of a 19th century building into offices and library for a law firm, by the interior designer Julia Korper.

Masons, Fleet Street, City of London: the library with the stairs leading up to the mezzanine

RIBA131110
Korper, Julia
NOTES: This is a refurbishment of a 19th century building into offices and library for a law firm, by the interior designer Julia Korper.

Trinity Hall Chapel, Cambridge: detail of a stained glass window

RIBA138229
Hayward, John (1929-2007)
NOTES: The chapel, originally dates from 1366, although only consecrated in 1513. It was modernised in 1729-1730, and much of the plaster decoration dates from this period. This stained glass window is by John Hayward (1984) celebrating the elevation of Robert Runcie, Fellow and Dean of Trinity Hall, to the See of Canterbury.
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