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

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

Trades Union Congress Memorial Building, Great Russell Street, London: the lifts in the entrance

Aberdeen, David du Rieu (1913-1987)
NOTES: This building was awarded the RIBA Bronze Medal London Architecture for 1958.

Britannic House, 1 Finsbury Circus, City of London: the new lift shaft glimpsed through a Lutyens arch

Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: Formerly the headquarters of Anglo-Persian oil, later BP, the building was renovated and restored in 1989 by Peter Inskip and Peter Jenkins.

Unilever House, Blackfriars, City of London: one of the original lifts with Art Deco decoration

Lomax-Simpson, James (1882-1977)
NOTES: James Lomax-Simpson joined Lever Brothers in 1910 as company architect. Unilever House, originally called Lever House, was designed by Lomax-Simpson in conjunction with Sir John Burnet Tait & Partners and built 1930-1932. In 1982 architect Theo Crosby of Pentagram carried out a refurbishment of the offices on the eighth floor, using the original Art Deco fittings as inspiration, to create a synthesis of Art Deco, Frank Lloyd Wright and Dutch Expressionism.

Offices and flats, Knightsbridge, London: a lift lobby on the upper floor

Keable, Julian
NOTES: This was a seven story block, with the first five storeys containing offices and two-storey apartments on the sixth and seventh floors.

Fielden House, London Bridge Street, London: the glazed lift shaft at second-floor level

Lacey, John S.
NOTES: This was built as the headquarters of the Emergency Bed Service for King Edward's Hospital Fund for London and was part of a war damage reconstruction on a restricted site by London Bridge.