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Copy of a mural from an unidentified building in Shiraz, showing animals, human figures and a hunting scene

RIBA21309
NOTES: This drawing was probably produced by a local draughtsman for Charles Felix Marie Texier for use in his publications and later presented to the RIBA.

Interior decoration scheme for the drawing room of the house of Madmoiselle Guimard, Rue de la Chaussee d'Antin, Paris

RIBA22472
Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas (1736-1806)
NOTES: This drawing is believed to be a copy after Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, who built the house on Rue de la Chausee d'Antin for Madmoiselle Guimard between 1770 and 1773. The inscription reads 'Monsr. Perrejaux's drawing room'.

Town Square, Basildon, Essex: view across the shopping precinct towards the west facade of Brooke House

RIBA23338
Basildon Development Corporation. Department of Architecture & Planning
NOTES: Basildon, created from the conglomeration of four small villages, namely Pitsea, Laindon, Basildon and Vange, was designated a new town in 1948, together with the other London orbital developments of Stevenage, Harlow, Hemel Hempstead and Bracknell. The development of the New Towns, built after World War II to ease overcrowding in London, was overseen by Lewis Silkin, 1st Baron Silkin (1888-1972), the Minister for Town and Country Planning from 1945 to 1950. The Town Centre is dominated by Brooke House, a 14 storey residential tower block designed by Sir Basil Spence and completed in 1962. It was given Grade II listed status in 1998.

Warner Theatre, Leicester Square, London: the cafe

RIBA23535
Stone, Edward Albert (1880-1963?)

Blackpool Casino, Pleasure Beach, Blackpool: lateral view showing the main stair tower with the external spiral stair tower at the main entrance still under construction in the background

RIBA24021
Emberton, Joseph (1889-1956)
NOTES: This circular building is carried on a concrete raft on which all columns rest and reinforced concrete was used for the structure of walls, floors and roof. The circle is divided into three zones: service, forming the hub, round which are grouped offices and recreational facitlities.
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