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Designs for Churchill Gardens Estate, Pimlico, London: plans, section and detail of the 'Flying Saucer'

RIBA94015
Powell & Moya
NOTES: This, the largest housing scheme by Westminster City Council, was built in four sections between 1946 and 1962.

Illustration, not quite as published, for article 'The Important Buildings' Club' by Eric Ambrose

RIBA99363
NOTES: Peggy Gick supplied 5 illustrations to Eric Ambrose's article which appeared in two parts in Building, April 1950 and May 1950. This drawing is the basis for the finished illustration on page 134 in the April issue. Her caption above, not the one used in the journal, reads, 'Who are the Wren Group? Keen, very keen, meet once a year to prevent any anachronism being elected'.

Illustration, not quite as published, for article 'The Important Buildings' Club' by Eric Ambrose

RIBA99364
NOTES: Peggy Gick supplied 5 illustrations to Eric Ambrose's article which appeared in two parts in Building, April 1950 and May 1950. This drawing is the basis for the finished illustration on page 135 in the April issue. Her caption above, not the one used in the journal, reads, 'an enormous token - I examined it with some interest'.

Illustration, not quite as published, for article 'The Important Buildings' Club' by Eric Ambrose

RIBA99365
NOTES: Peggy Gick supplied 5 illustrations to Eric Ambrose's article which appeared in two parts in Building, April 1950 and May 1950. This drawing is the basis for the finished illustration on page 185 in the May issue. Her caption above, not the one used in the journal, reads, 'Albert Memorial ... crashed the roll of drawings on the speaker's head'.

Pen and watercolour capriccio, Victorian street scene with factories and a pair of town houses transported by a steam engine

RIBA99401
NOTES: This appears to be a preliminary sketch idea for the illustration entitled 'A Steam Palace' which appeared in the 'Saturday Book', no. 27, 1967.

Pencil and watercolour capriccio

RIBA99403
NOTES: This drawing dates from the period when Greeves was a student at King's College, Cambridge.

Presentation designs for a fantasy structure, "Unfolding Julian Assange's Home of Diplomatic Containment I & II"

RIBA127292
Jones, Theo (1988-)
NOTES: Theo Jones (Bartlett School, UCL) was the Student winner of the RIBA Journal Eyeline Competition, 2019. He presented two born digital designs for a fantasy piece of architecture - a home of diplomatic containment for Julian Assange, Australian editor, publisher, and activist, who spent nearly seven years in political asylum within the Embassy of Ecuador in London from 2012 to 2019. Jones explains the idea behind his fantasy design for a fold-out home hidden within a diplomat's jacket: "From leaked documents, it has been established that Ecuador considered transporting Assange in a diplomatic bag. For a time, the Met Police even scanned objects exiting the embassy for heat signatures." The drawings are laser prints from born digital drawings, Photoshop & Illustrator on paper.

Presentation designs for a fantasy structure, "Unfolding Julian Assange's Home of Diplomatic Containment I & II"

RIBA127293
Jones, Theo (1988-)
NOTES: Theo Jones (Bartlett School, UCL) was the Student winner of the RIBA Journal Eyeline Competition, 2019. He presented two born digital designs for a fantasy piece of architecture - a home of diplomatic containment for Julian Assange, Australian editor, publisher, and activist, who spent nearly seven years in political asylum within the Embassy of Ecuador in London from 2012 to 2019. Jones explains the idea behind his fantasy design for a fold-out home hidden within a diplomat's jacket: "From leaked documents, it has been established that Ecuador considered transporting Assange in a diplomatic bag. For a time, the Met Police even scanned objects exiting the embassy for heat signatures." The drawings are laser prints from born digital drawings, Photoshop & Illustrator on paper.
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