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Bundestag (New Parliament), Bonn: the restaurant with murals by Nicola de Maria

RIBA148092
Behnisch, Gunter (1922-2010)
NOTES: The new parliamentary building at Bonn has been designed as a series of glazed pavilions dispersed on sloping terraces stepping down to the Rhine. The complex also incorporates some older structures; a 1930s building by Witte and a 1960s office tower by Egon Eiermann. See RIBA158949 for a colour version of this image

Bundestag (New Parliament), Bonn: the restaurant with murals by Nicola de Maria

RIBA148093
Behnisch, Gunter (1922-2010)
NOTES: The new parliamentary building at Bonn has been designed as a series of glazed pavilions dispersed on sloping terraces stepping down to the Rhine. The complex also incorporates some older structures; a 1930s building by Witte and a 1960s office tower by Egon Eiermann. See RIBA158950 for a colour version of this image

Building W3, 6 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park, Hillingdon, London: detail of mural

RIBA148541
Eric Parry Architects
NOTES: See RIBA148545 for a colour version of this image.

Building W3, 6 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park, Hillingdon, London: detail of mural

RIBA148545
Eric Parry Architects
NOTES: See RIBA148541 for a black and white version of this image.

Guildhall, Swansea: the Brangwyn Hall

RIBA148856
Ivor Jones & Percy Thomas
The Guildhall was built in 1932-1936. The murals by Frank Brangwyn seen here were originally intended for the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster. Brangwyn depicted a 'synthetic panorama of the beauty of Greater Britain'. The panels though were rejected by the House of Lords, after being exhibited at the Ideal Home exhibition of 1933, they were acquired by Swansea. The panels date from the late 1920s to the early 1930s.

Guildhall, Swansea: the Brangwyn Hall

RIBA148857
Ivor Jones & Percy Thomas
The Guildhall was built in 1932-1936. The murals by Frank Brangwyn seen here were originally intended for the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster. Brangwyn depicted a 'synthetic panorama of the beauty of Greater Britain'. The panels though were rejected by the House of Lords, after being exhibited at the Ideal Home exhibition of 1933, they were acquired by Swansea. The panels date from the late 1920s to the early 1930s.

Guildhall, Swansea: the Brangwyn Hall: detail of one of the mural panels

RIBA148858
Ivor Jones & Percy Thomas
The Guildhall was built in 1932-1936. The murals by Frank Brangwyn seen here were originally intended for the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster. Brangwyn depicted a 'synthetic panorama of the beauty of Greater Britain'. The panels though were rejected by the House of Lords, after being exhibited at the Ideal Home exhibition of 1933, they were acquired by Swansea. The panels date from the late 1920s to the early 1930s.

St Andrew's Church, Roker, Sunderland: the chancel and altar

RIBA149146
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: The church was designed by E. S. Prior and A. Randall Wells, who had been Lethaby's Clerk of Works at Brockhampton (1904). Many of the fixtures and fittings are by Ernest Gimson, notably the oak panelled chancel and the oak choir stalls. The ceiling of the chancel wasn't painted until 1927, by Macdonald Gill, restored 1967 by Maurice Partland, the design of its theme is the Creation. The tapestry depicts the visit of the Three Wise Men and is a copy of a painting by Burne-Jone made by Morris & Co for the church. See RIBA155486 for a colour version of this image.

St Andrew's Church, Roker, Sunderland: the chancel and altar

RIBA149147
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: The church was designed by E. S. Prior and A. Randall Wells, who had been Lethaby's Clerk of Works at Brockhampton (1904). Many of the fixtures and fittings are by Ernest Gimson, notably the oak panelled chancel and the oak choir stalls. The ceiling of the chancel wasn't painted until 1927, by Macdonald Gill, restored 1967 by Maurice Partland, the design of its theme is the Creation. The tapestry depicts the visit of the Three Wise Men and is a copy of a painting by Burne-Jone made by Morris & Co for the church.

St Andrew's Church, Roker, Sunderland: the chancel and altar

RIBA149148
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: The church was designed by E. S. Prior and A. Randall Wells, who had been Lethaby's Clerk of Works at Brockhampton (1904). Many of the fixtures and fittings are by Ernest Gimson, notably the oak panelled chancel and the oak choir stalls. The ceiling of the chancel wasn't painted until 1927, by Macdonald Gill, restored 1967 by Maurice Partland, the design of its theme is the Creation. The tapestry depicts the visit of the Three Wise Men and is a copy of a painting by Burne-Jone made by Morris & Co for the church. See RIBA155487 for a colour version of this image.

St Andrew's Church, Roker, Sunderland: the chancel and altar seen from the pulpit

RIBA149149
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: The church was designed by E. S. Prior and A. Randall Wells, who had been Lethaby's Clerk of Works at Brockhampton (1904). Many of the fixtures and fittings are by Ernest Gimson, notably the oak panelled chancel and the oak choir stalls. The ceiling of the chancel wasn't painted until 1927, by Macdonald Gill, restored 1967 by Maurice Partland, the design of its theme is the Creation. The tapestry depicts the visit of the Three Wise Men and is a copy of a painting by Burne-Jone made by Morris & Co for the church. See RIBA155488 for a colour version of this image.

Tower House, Melbury Road, Kensington, London: detail of the wall painting by the Roman de la Rose chimneypiece in the drawing room

RIBA149197
Burges, William (1827-1881)
NOTES: See RIBA158653 for a colour version of this image.
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