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Black & White Milk Bar, Gray's Inn Road, London, at night

RIBA2561-10
Brown, Sir John (1880-1958)

Design for patisserie kiosk, Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes, Paris 1925

RIBA4593
Chevalier, Georges
SOURCE: J. Mayor. Kiosques & pavillons urbains destines a l'Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes (Paris, 1925), pl. 10

Regent Palace Hotel, Piccadilly Circus, London: the Rendez-vous bar and Minute Room coffee shop designed by George Ramon

RIBA4969
Ancell, William James (1852-1913)
NOTES: Tanner, Wills & Ancell built the hotel for T. J. Lyons & Company Limited in 1914-16. The hotel interiors underwent alterations by George Ramon in 1960.

Regent Palace Hotel, Piccadilly Circus, London: Minute Room coffee shop designed by George Ramon

RIBA4970
Ancell, William James (1852-1913)
NOTES: Tanner, Wills & Ancell built the hotel for T. J. Lyons & Company Limited in 1914-1916. The hotel interiors underwent alterations by George Ramon in 1960.

Theatre Royal, St Leonard's Place, York

RIBA5190
Gwynne, Patrick (1913-2003)

Bar family holiday home, Cong, Connemara

RIBA5191
Diamond Redfern & Anderson

Cheshunt Junior Mixed and Infants' school, Hertfordshire: the hall being prepared for break-time refreshments

RIBA5195
Aslin, Charles Herbert (1893-1959)
NOTES: C. H. Aslin was County Architect for Hertfordshire from 1945 to 1958 and headed its pioneering school-building programme.

St Catherine's College, Oxford: the dining hall

RIBA5221
Jacobsen, Arne Emil (1902-1971)

Central Markets, West Smithfield, City of London

RIBA5302
Jones, Sir Horace (1819-1887)

Market warehouses, Crispin and Steward Streets, Spitalfields, London

RIBA5303
Perks, Sydney (d. 1944)
NOTES: Erected in 1926-1928 under the supervision of Sydney Perks, then Surveyor to the City of London, these buildings were extensions to the west of the original 19th century wholesale, fruit and flower market between Crispin and Steward Streets. The market was relocated to a new site in Leyton in 1991. These buildings were controversially demolished to make way for Bishop's Square, the mixed-use development which includes the headquarters of Allen & Overy designed by Foster & Partners and built in 2003-2005.
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