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

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

De Overloop, housing for the elderly, Almere-Haven: the enclosed garden with water feature

RIBA118465
Hertzberger, Herman (1932-)
NOTES: See RIBA155612 for a colour version of this image.

Queen's Road Estate (Phase I), Richmond-upon-Thames, London: a back garden

RIBA118688
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: The Queen's Road Estate was built in three phases between 1972 and the early 1990s. Phase I comprised 91 units on a three acre site between Cambrian Road to the north, Stafford Place to the south, and fronting Queen's Road. Completed in 1983, it was awarded listing building status in 2012. Phase II towards the northern end of the site (between Greville Road and Park Hill) was also by Darbourne & Darke, but Phase III was by different architects. See RIBA118691 for a colour version of this image.

Queen's Road Estate (Phase I), Richmond-upon-Thames, London: a back garden

RIBA118691
Darbourne & Darke
NOTES: The Queen's Road Estate was built in three phases between 1972 and the early 1990s. Phase I comprised 91 units on a three acre site between Cambrian Road to the north, Stafford Place to the south, and fronting Queen's Road. Completed in 1983, it was awarded listing building status in 2012. Phase II towards the northern end of the site (between Greville Road and Park Hill) was also by Darbourne & Darke, but Phase III was by different architects. See RIBA118688 for a black and white version of this image.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the roof terrace with conservatory

RIBA118751
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people. See RIBA118767 for a colour version of this image.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the conservatory and roof terrace

RIBA118754
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people. See RIBA118769 for a colour version of this image.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the roof terrace and conservatory

RIBA118755
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the roof terrace and conservatory

RIBA118767
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people. See RIBA118751 for a black and white version of this image.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the conservatory and roof terrace

RIBA118769
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people. See RIBA118754 for a black and white version of this image.

Warehouse conversion, Thames Tunnel Mills, Rotherhithe, London: the roof terrace and conservatory

RIBA118770
Hunt Thompson Associates
NOTES: This was a conversion of derelict Victorian warehouses into accommodation for single people. See RIBA118755 for a black and white version of this image.

Chatham Dockyard: a wooden gazebo behind one of the residential buildings

RIBA118930
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. See RIBA118942 for a colour version of this image.

Chatham Dockyard: a wooden gazebo behind one of the residential buildings

RIBA118931
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction.
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