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192 Wine Bar Restaurant, Kensington Park Road, London

RIBA159663
Chassay, Tchaik
NOTES: See RIBA117521 for a black and white version of this image.

192 Wine Bar Restaurant, Kensington Park Road, London

RIBA159664
Chassay, Tchaik
NOTES: See RIBA117522 for a black and white version of this image.

The Ridings, Wakefield: the food court

RIBA159727
Chapman Taylor Partners

The Ridings, Wakefield: the food court at ground level looking towards the escalators

RIBA159729
Chapman Taylor Partners
NOTES: See RIBA117762 for a colour negative version of this image

The Ridings, Wakefield: the food court seen from the upper level

RIBA159730
Chapman Taylor Partners
NOTES: See RIBA117759 for a colour negative version of this image.

The Ridings, Wakefield: the shopping levels above and around the food court

RIBA159733
Chapman Taylor Partners
NOTES: See RIBA117764 for a colour negative version of this image.

The Ridings, Wakefield: the food court

RIBA159737
Chapman Taylor Partners

The Ridings, Wakefield: the food court at ground level, showing the planting

RIBA159740
Chapman Taylor Partners
NOTES: See RIBA117760 for a colour negative version of this image.

Solid State Logic HQ, Begbroke, Oxfordshire: The Royal Sun pub in front of the new building

RIBA159828
Hopkins, Sir Michael (1935-)
NOTES: The offices designed by Michael Hopkins, are located in the grounds of a former convent school / country house. The administration, sales and marketing are located in the old house. See RIBA39377 for a black and white version of this image.

Uplands Conference Centre, Cryers Hill, High Wycombe: the bar

RIBA159923
Lamb, Edward Beckitt (1857-1932)
NOTES: Uplands was a country house designed by E. B. Lamb in 1858-1859. In 1956 it was bought by the Cooperative Permanent Building Society (later the Nationwide Building Society) for use as a conference and training centre. A new accommodation block was built alongside the main house in 1958. In 1978 the Nationwide commissioned Edward Cullinan Architects to redevelop the conference centre. The front range of the 1859 house was retained but the service wing and the 1958 building were demolished and replaced, by a new foyer and dining hall, and residential wings. Completed in 1983 the new conference centre opened in May 1984 to mark the Nationwide's centenary celebrations. See RIBA119496 for a black and white version of this image.

New Place, Haslemere: a Japanese teahouse, installed for the publisher Sir Algernon Methuen

RIBA161649
Wells, Reginald Fairfax (1877-1951)
NOTES: See RIBA149937 for a black and white version of this image.

Church of St Margaret, Church Lane, Hemmingford Abbots, Cambridgeshire, with the Axe and Compass Inn in the foreground

RIBA162400
NOTES: Church is mainly 13th century, with a late 14th century tower and spire. The south porch was rebuilt in 1872-1876 as part of a restoration. The Axe and Compass Inn dates back to the 17th century.
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