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Canadian Pavilion, Expo '70, Osaka

RIBA23232
Erickson & Massey

The revolving Temple of Concord erected in Green Park, London

RIBA23333
SOURCE: Richard Brown. Principles of practical perspective (London, 1835), Part 1, frontispiece A [pl. 25] NOTES: The edifice was erected for a firework display during a grand fete for the Allied Sovereigns visiting London for the peace celebrations of 1814.

Royal Festival Hall and Skylon, Festival of Britain, South Bank, London, seen from the east

RIBA30036
London County Council. Architects Department
NOTES: The Architects Department of the London County Council were responsible for the Royal Festival Hall and Powell & Moya designed the Skylon.

Rialto bridge with spectators waiting for the Historic Regatta, Venice

RIBA38451
SOURCE: Ferdinando Ongania. Calli e canali in Venezia (Venice, 1891), pl. 54

C.I.A.M Conference, Bridgewater, Somerset: Walter Gropius standing second left

RIBA38492
Gropius, Walter (1883-1969)
NOTES: The Congres International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM), founded in Switzerland in 1928 and disbanded in 1959, was the think tank of the Modern Movement. This press photograph was taken on the 19th September 1947.

C.I.A.M Conference, Bridgwater, Somerset: Cornelius Van Eesteren and Sigfried Giedion seated centre right, with Walter Gropius addressing the delegates

RIBA38493
Eesteren, Cornelis van (1897-1988)
NOTES: The Congres International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM), founded in Switzerland in 1928 and disbanded in 1959, was the think tank of the Modern Movement. This press photograph was taken on the 19th September 1947 at the Bridgewater Arts Centre.

Roger Zogolovitch, Rex Wilkinson, Nick Campbell and Piers Gough, joint-winners of the 'Newcastle Quayside' competition at the RIBA Annual Conference, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

RIBA38500
Campbell, Nicholas (1947-)
NOTES: This group of architects formed the architectural firm CZWG in 1975. The 'Newcastle Quayside' competition was sponsored by the Architects' Journal.
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