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Design for a book cover to be printed on canvas incorporating stylised birds and flowers

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol II) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1892 and 1897.

Beach photographer's cut outs 'Me and my Gal' at Brighton

NOTES: See RIBA135425 for the photoprint image.

John Barran stand, Earl's Court, London

Conran Design Group

Title page of 'I dieci libri dell' architettura di M. Vitruvio' (1556), edited and translated by Daniele Barbaro

SOURCE: Daniele Barbaro. I Dieci libri dell' architettura di M. Vitruvio / tradutti et commentati da Monsignor Barbaro (Venice, 1556), title page

Front cover of Robert Byron's pamphlet entitled 'How we celebrate the Coronation', featuring a cartoon depicting a government official, a landlord and a clergyman with the body of a lion destroying architectural fragments, plans and protest documents

SOURCE: Robert Byron. How we celebrate the Coronation - a word to Londons visitors (London, 1937), front cover NOTES: This pamphlet (which was first published as an article in the Architectural Review in 1937) includes a list of "a few of London's historic buildings which have been demolished since the war, or threatened with destruction". It served as a scathing indictment of the perceived irresponsibility of landlords and senior members of the government and church in allowing valuable old buildings to be destroyed in the interest of short-term financial gain.

Cover of 'L'Esprit Nouveau', 1921, number 6

SOURCE: L'Esprit Nouveau, 1921, no. 6, cover

Signs developed for Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Milton Keynes Development Corporation. Architects Department
NOTES: Milton Keynes, which incorporated the existing towns of Bletchley, Wolverton and Stony Stratford along with another fifteen villages and farmland in between, was designated a new town in 1967 and planning control was thus taken from elected local authorities and delegated to the Milton Keynes Development Corporation (MKDC).