Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool: the bell tower above the main entrance seen through a pair of flying buttresses
|Architect/Designer||Frederick Gibberd & Partners|
|Artist/Photographer||Snoek, Henk (1915-1980)|
|Library Reference||AP504/165 (S67 1631)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Cathedrals ; Concrete ; Belfries, bell towers ; Brickwork ; Buttresses ; Round buildings|
NOTES: This building comprises three independent types of structure: an in-situ reinforced concrete frame which holds together the main body of the cathedral; the sixteen load-bearing brick or concrete perimeter buildings, and the flat slab of the outdoor podium supported by concrete columns of load-bearing brick walls.
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