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Longman House, Harlow, Essex: the waiting area on the ground floor looking towards the gallery corridor with the aluminium panel by Asiru Olatunde on the right

RIBA123210
Frederick Gibberd & Partners
NOTES: Harlow New Town, together with the London orbital developments of Basildon, Stevenage and Hemel Hempstead, was built after World War II to ease overcrowding in London. The masterplan for the town was drawn up by Frederick Gibberd in 1947. It is notable for being the location of the first pedestrian precinct and first residential tower block in Britain. These are offices for the publisher Longman.

Longman House, Harlow, Essex: the waiting area at ground level with a view out to the enclosed paved court on the left

RIBA123211
Frederick Gibberd & Partners
NOTES: Harlow New Town, together with the London orbital developments of Basildon, Stevenage and Hemel Hempstead, was built after World War II to ease overcrowding in London. The masterplan for the town was drawn up by Frederick Gibberd in 1947. It is notable for being the location of the first pedestrian precinct and first residential tower block in Britain. These are offices for the publisher Longman.

Bank of Ireland headquarters, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin: the directors' dining room on the seventh floor with mural on the left by Alexandra Weichert

RIBA123397
Scott Tallon Walker Architects
NOTES: Built on the site of the former Lincoln & Nolan's car-assembly plant, the original two-block complex was extended by a third building in 1973-1975. The curtain wall of bronze-tinted, sun-resistant glass was manufactured by Smith & Pearson in Dublin.

Screen on the 'disappearing wall' of the Henry Jarvis Memorial Hall, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London

RIBA127452
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
NOTES: The mural painting by Bainbridge Copnall, acting as an acoustic absobent, is on a wall which can be lowered into the sub-basement which opens the Hall into its Foyer, thus providing additional seating space. The theme of the mural is the Empire-wide scope of the RIBA, showing in the centre, the RIBA Council with peoples and buildings of the British Empire surrounding.

Screen on the 'disappearing wall' of the Henry Jarvis Memorial Hall, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London: First Nation group with the Canadian Parliament Building, Ottawa, behind them

RIBA127453
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
NOTES: The mural painting by Bainbridge Copnall, acting as an acoustic absobent, is on a wall which can be lowered into the sub-basement which opens the Hall into its Foyer, thus providing additional seating space. The theme of the mural is the Empire-wide scope of the RIBA, showing in the centre, the RIBA Council with peoples and buildings of the British Empire surrounding.

Screen on the 'disappearing wall' of the Henry Jarvis Memorial Hall, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London: Aboriginal Australians with Old Parliament House, Canberra, behind them

RIBA127454
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
NOTES: The mural painting by Bainbridge Copnall, acting as an acoustic absobent, is on a wall which can be lowered into the sub-basement which opens the Hall into its Foyer, thus providing additional seating space. The theme of the mural is the Empire-wide scope of the RIBA, showing in the centre, the RIBA Council with peoples and buildings of the British Empire surrounding.

Screen on the 'disappearing wall' of the Henry Jarvis Memorial Hall, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London: Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh

RIBA127455
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
NOTES: The mural painting by Bainbridge Copnall, acting as an acoustic absobent, is on a wall which can be lowered into the sub-basement which opens the Hall into its Foyer, thus providing additional seating space. The theme of the mural is the Empire-wide scope of the RIBA, showing in the centre, the RIBA Council with peoples and buildings of the British Empire surrounding.
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