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Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, City of London, during demolition

RIBA123514
Bunning, James Bunstone (1802-1863)
NOTES: The coal exchange was demolished in 1962.

Study of the Mausoleum of Augustus and sketch plans of a forum: plans and sketch elevations

RIBA125357
NOTES: This drawing is numbered VIII/11 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Study of a forum: plan

RIBA125358
NOTES: This drawing is numbered VIII/11 recto in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Reconstruction of the Forum of Nerva and the Temple of Minerva, Rome: plan of the forum and half elevation of the temple

RIBA125465
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XI/19 recto in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. The forum was the fourth of the Imperial fora and was dedicated by Nerva in 97 AD.

Reconstruction of the Forum of Nerva, Rome: reconstructed interior side elevation

RIBA125466
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XI/19 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. The forum was the fourth of the Imperial fora and was dedicated by Nerva in 97 AD.

Designs for Chrisp Street Market, Lansbury, Poplar, London: roof plan and elevation of the Festival Inn

RIBA126483
Gibberd, Sir Frederick (1908-1984)
NOTES: Gibberd's designs for Chrisp Street Market were part of a larger post-war redevelopment scheme for East London. Having been approached to be the lead architect for the Festival of Britain's South Bank, Gibberd declined, and proposed that an area of East London be rebuilt as a 'Live Architecture' exhibition to run alongside the Festival. The post-war Stepney-Poplar area of London had been divided into eleven neighbourhoods, one of which, Lansbury, was given over to Gibberd's proposal.

Designs for Chrisp Street Market, Lansbury, Poplar, London: plan and elevation of shops and maisonettes along north edge of Market Place

RIBA126484
Gibberd, Sir Frederick (1908-1984)
NOTES: Gibberd's designs for Chrisp Street Market were part of a larger post-war redevelopment scheme for East London. Having been approached to be the lead architect for the Festival of Britain's South Bank, Gibberd declined, and proposed that an area of East London be rebuilt as a 'Live Architecture' exhibition to run alongside the Festival. The post-war Stepney-Poplar area of London had been divided into eleven neighbourhoods, one of which, Lansbury, was given over to Gibberd's proposal.

Gole Market building, New Delhi

RIBA131613
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: See RIBA157712 for a black and white version of this image.

Clock Tower, Chrisp Street, Lansbury, Poplar, London

RIBA138520
Gibberd, Sir Frederick (1908-1984)
NOTES: This was part of the Festival of Britain 'Live' Architecture Exhibition. The clock tower was part of Chrisp Street Market.

Bhuleshwar, Mumbai

RIBA157706
NOTES: See RIBA105075 for a black and white version of this image.
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