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Offices for J. Sainsbury, Stamford House, Blackfriars, London: detail of panelling and ventilator grilles above in the Chairman's office

Ward & Austin
NOTES: The offices for J. Sainsbury occupied a small bay on the fourth floor of Stamford House.

Offices, St Katherine's Dock, London: detail control panels for air conditioning

Andrew Renton & Associates
NOTES: These offices were built as headquarters for the Port of London Authority's police force. The building replaces a block of offices designed by Philip Hardwick which were destroyed during the Second World War.

Bowring House office development, Tower Place, Tower Hill, London: the public concourse with parking garage ventilation shaft

George Trew Dunn
NOTES: This development, sited west of the Tower of London and north of Lower Thames Street consists of offices, shops, restaurant and a public house.

Headquarters for the English Electric Company, Aldwych, London: the plant room in the lower basement

Adams Holden & Pearson
NOTES: The offices were built on the site of the Gaiety Theatre, which was demolished in 1956. Adams Holden & Pearson were commissioned to produce a design in 1957, following a limited competiton held in 1955, which had been won by Sir John Burnet Tait & Partners (but not built).

New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: detail of ventilation grill

Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners

Co-operative Insurance Society head office, Miller Street, Manchester: the control room

Tait, Gordon Thomas (1912-1999)
NOTES: The Co-operative Insurance Society (CIS) tower when built, was at 400 feet the tallest office building in the country. It was designed by Gordon Tait of Sir John Burnet Tait & Partners and G. S. Hay, Chief Architect of the Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS). The control room for the heating, humidity and other services. The designers for this area were Anthony Wilkinson and Keith Cornwell, both of the Design Research Unit (DRU) and the designer for the diagrams and desk control panels was Christopher Timings also of the DRU.