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Old Vic theatre, The Cut, Lambeth, London: the circle and dress circle of the refurbished auditorium

RIBA118009
Cabanel, Rudolphe, junior (1763-1839)
NOTES: Originally designed by the German architect and engineer Rudolphe Cabanel the theatre opened as the Royal Coburg in 1819. In 1833 it was renamed the Royal Victoria Hall in honour of the young Princess Victoria. Since then it has undergone many alterations internally and externally, including a new auditorium in 1871 by Jethro Thomas Robinson. In 1941 it was severely damaged by bombing and was restored by Douglas Rowntree and Pierre Sonrel, reopening in 1950. In 1982 the architects Renton Howard Wood Levin were appointed to carry out a major refurbishment and restoration. This resulted in the exterior being reconstructed (apart from the entrance canopy) to match the 1819 original, while the auditorium was refurbished to Robinson's 1871 scheme by interior designer Clare Ferraby. See RIBA118020 for a colour version of this image.

Old Vic theatre, The Cut, Lambeth, London: the refurbished auditorium

RIBA118015
Cabanel, Rudolphe, junior (1763-1839)
NOTES: Originally designed by the German architect and engineer Rudolphe Cabanel the theatre opened as the Royal Coburg in 1819. In 1833 it was renamed the Royal Victoria Hall in honour of the young Princess Victoria. Since then it has undergone many alterations internally and externally, including a new auditorium in 1871 by Jethro Thomas Robinson. In 1941 it was severely damaged by bombing and was restored by Douglas Rowntree and Pierre Sonrel, reopening in 1950. In 1982 the architects Renton Howard Wood Levin were appointed to carry out a major refurbishment and restoration. This resulted in the exterior being reconstructed (apart from the entrance canopy) to match the 1819 original, while the auditorium was refurbished to Robinson's 1871 scheme by interior designer Clare Ferraby. See RIBA118004 for a black and white version of this image.

Old Vic theatre, The Cut, Lambeth, London: the refurbished auditorium

RIBA118016
Cabanel, Rudolphe, junior (1763-1839)
NOTES: Originally designed by the German architect and engineer Rudolphe Cabanel the theatre opened as the Royal Coburg in 1819. In 1833 it was renamed the Royal Victoria Hall in honour of the young Princess Victoria. Since then it has undergone many alterations internally and externally, including a new auditorium in 1871 by Jethro Thomas Robinson. In 1941 it was severely damaged by bombing and was restored by Douglas Rowntree and Pierre Sonrel, reopening in 1950. In 1982 the architects Renton Howard Wood Levin were appointed to carry out a major refurbishment and restoration. This resulted in the exterior being reconstructed (apart from the entrance canopy) to match the 1819 original, while the auditorium was refurbished to Robinson's 1871 scheme by interior designer Clare Ferraby. See RIBA118005 for a black and white version of this image.

Old Vic theatre, The Cut, Lambeth, London: the circle and dress circle in the refurbished auditorium

RIBA118020
Cabanel, Rudolphe, junior (1763-1839)
NOTES: Originally designed by the German architect and engineer Rudolphe Cabanel the theatre opened as the Royal Coburg in 1819. In 1833 it was renamed the Royal Victoria Hall in honour of the young Princess Victoria. Since then it has undergone many alterations internally and externally, including a new auditorium in 1871 by Jethro Thomas Robinson. In 1941 it was severely damaged by bombing and was restored by Douglas Rowntree and Pierre Sonrel, reopening in 1950. In 1982 the architects Renton Howard Wood Levin were appointed to carry out a major refurbishment and restoration. This resulted in the exterior being reconstructed (apart from the entrance canopy) to match the 1819 original, while the auditorium was refurbished to Robinson's 1871 scheme by interior designer Clare Ferraby. See RIBA118009 for a black and white version of this image.

Office block, Rampayne Street, Pimlico, London: the entrance hall in the octagonal block (station block)

RIBA118041
Whitfield Partners
NOTES: The octagonal block incorporates the entrance to Pimlico underground station.

Office block, Rampayne Street, Pimlico, London: the entrance hall in the octagonal block (station block)

RIBA118046
Whitfield Partners
NOTES: The octagonal block incorporates the entrance to Pimlico underground station.

Sandwich fashion importers, Zoeterwoude: corridor in the old factory area with glass block wall separating the offices

RIBA118493
Soeters, Sjoerd (1947-)
NOTES: This was a conversion of fairly newish factory building into a warehouse, showroom and offices. See RIBA118502 for a colour version of this image.

Sandwich fashion importers, Zoeterwoude: the corridor in the old factory area with glass block wall separating the offices

RIBA118502
Soeters, Sjoerd (1947-)
NOTES: This was a conversion of a fairly newish factory building into a warehouse, showroom and offices. See RIBA118493 for a black and white version of this image.

45 Berkeley Square, London: one of the first-floor drawing rooms decorated by Chambers

RIBA118833
Flitcroft, Henry (1697-1769)
NOTES: 45 Berkeley Square is a Grade I town house by Henry Flitcroft with a very fine interior. The first-floor drawing rooms were redecorated in 1763-1767 by Sir William Chambers for Clive of India. These images were commissioned by the Whinney-Mackay Lewis Partnership for a proposed refurbishment. See RIBA118849 for a colour version of this image.

45 Berkeley Square, London: one of the first-floor drawing rooms decorated by Chambers

RIBA118849
Flitcroft, Henry (1697-1769)
NOTES: 45 Berkeley Square is a Grade I town house by Henry Flitcroft with a very fine interior. The first-floor drawing rooms were redecorated in 1763-1767 by Sir William Chambers for Clive of India. These images were commissioned by the Whinney-Mackay Lewis Partnership for a proposed refurbishment. See RIBA118833 for a black and white version of this image.
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