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Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm: the service building

RIBA108252
Asplund, Erik Gunnar (1885-1940)
NOTES: Asplund and Lewerentz won the competition for the new cemetery in 1915 and spent the next 25 years developing the cemetery in a landscape of wooded pines populated by small chapels. The service building shown here was used to provide cloakrooms, kitchens and lunchrooms for the cemetery workers.

Housing, 42, 44 and 50 Aberdeen Park Road and Seaforth Crescent, Highbury New Park, Islington, London: a kitchen / diner and living room

RIBA109047
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: This scheme by Darbourne and Darke was a mixture of the rehabilitation and conversion of Victorian villas and new buildings.

Housing, 42, 44 and 50 Aberdeen Park Road and Seaforth Crescent, Highbury New Park, Islington, London: a kitchen / diner and living room

RIBA109048
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: This scheme by Darbourne and Darke was a mixture of the rehabilitation and conversion of Victorian villas and new buildings.

House, Heathgate, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London: the dining room

RIBA109790
NOTES: The images for this house were commissioned by the architect John Melvin.

House, Heathgate, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London: the dining room

RIBA109791
NOTES: The images for this house were commissioned by the architect John Melvin.

House, Heathgate, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London: the dining room

RIBA109792
NOTES: The images for this house were commissioned by the architect John Melvin.

House, Heathgate, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London

RIBA109793
NOTES: The images for this house were commissioned by the architect John Melvin. See RIBA109789 for a black and white version of this image.

Kenningstock Mill, Camelford, Cornwall: the dining room with the gallery above

RIBA109838
Austin-Smith, John Michael (1918-1999)
NOTES: The mill building dates back before the 19th century and was still in use up to 1957 (corn being ground until 1947 and china clay until 1957). The china clay was ground through water turbine generated electricity. The architects Michael and Inette Austin-Smith converted the mill into a house with a gallery on the top floor in 1980, making use of the mill's hydro-electric power to provide heating and lighting.
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