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Design for a market

RIBA111173
Mallet-Stevens, Robert (1886-1945)
SOURCE: Robert Mallet-Stevens. Une cite moderne (London, Benn, 1922), pl. 1

Old market building, Monpazier: detail of south-west corner

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NOTES: Monpazier is a 'bastide' (fortified) town, founded by Edward I of England in 1285, it retains much of its medieval appearance. It has a grid plan, gates and some walls, a large church and an almost intact 'bastide' square flanked by stone arcades.

Main square, Montpazier

RIBA112472
NOTES: Monpazier is a 'bastide' (fortified) town, founded by Edward I of England in 1285, it retains much of its medieval appearance. It has a grid plan, gates and some walls, a large church and an almost intact 'bastide' square flanked by stone arcades.

Arcaded main square, Montpazier

RIBA112473
NOTES: Monpazier is a 'bastide' (fortified) town, founded by Edward I of England in 1285, it retains much of its medieval appearance. It has a grid plan, gates and some walls, a large church and an almost intact 'bastide' square flanked by stone arcades.

Bastide arcading, Montpazier

RIBA112474
NOTES: Monpazier is a 'bastide' (fortified) town, founded by Edward I of England in 1285, it retains much of its medieval appearance. It has a grid plan, gates and some walls, a large church and an almost intact 'bastide' square flanked by stone arcades.

La Pyramide, Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire

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Olivieri, Rinaldo (1931-1998)

Souk or bazaar, Sharjah

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Michael Lyell Associates

Perspective drawing of a souk in Sheik Zayed Street, Sharjah

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Associated Continental Architects
NOTES: This is a photograph of a drawing. It is not known if this project was built.

Grammar school (former) with the council offices behind, Market Harborough

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Slater & Carpenter
NOTES: The former grammar school, founded in 1607 and built in 1614, with an open ground floor intended to serve as a market space. The bell-turret, brick stairtower and pargeted plasterwork date from a restoration of 1868 by Slater & Carpenter. The building was restored again in 1977 by A. Drew-Edwards.
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