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Austin Reed on board the RMS Queen Mary: the scarf and glove window display

RIBA58723
Westwood, Percy James (1878-1958)
NOTES: The Queen Mary was designed by Arthur J. Davis for Cunard-White Star Line. She was launched in 1934 and retired in 1967. Austin Reed had two shops on board both in the tourist class.

Austin Reed on board the RMS Queen Mary: the shirt and tie window display

RIBA58724
Westwood, Percy James (1878-1958)
NOTES: The Queen Mary was designed by Arthur J. Davis for Cunard-White Star Line. She was launched in 1934 and retired in 1967. Austin Reed had two shops on board both in the tourist class.

Austin Reed on board the RMS Queen Mary: the shirt and tie window display seen from inside the shop

RIBA58725
Westwood, Bryan Percy (1909-1990)
NOTES: The Queen Mary was designed by Arthur J. Davis for Cunard-White Star Line. She was launched in 1934 and retired in 1967. Austin Reed had two shops on board both in the tourist class.

Austin Reed on board the RMS Queen Mary: glass entrance doors with the firm's insigna

RIBA58726
Westwood, Percy James (1878-1958)
NOTES: The Queen Mary was designed by Arthur J. Davis for Cunard-White Star Line. She was launched in 1934 and retired in 1967. Austin Reed had two shops on board both in the tourist class.

Austin Reed on board the RMS Queen Mary

RIBA58727
Westwood, Percy James (1878-1958)
NOTES: The Queen Mary was designed by Arthur J. Davis for Cunard-White Star Line. She was launched in 1934 and retired in 1967. Austin Reed had two shops on board both in the tourist class.

SS Oronsay: the third class dining saloon

RIBA58743
Prentice, Andrew Noble (1866-1941)
NOTES: Built for the Orient Steam Navigation Company, this ocean liner was launched in 1925. Andrew Prentice was responsible for the interior design. She was torpedoed and sunk by an Italian submarine off the coast of West Africa in 1942.

RMS Caronia Cunard White Star liner: the Cabin Class Smoke Room cocktail bar with Warerite laminated plastic surround designed by Nicholas Bentley

RIBA63453
Bentley, Nicholas
NOTES: McInnes Gardner & Partners established a worldwide reputation for the fitting of ships, notably the Queen Mary, the Mauritania, the Queen Elizabeth, the Canberra, and the Royal Yacht Britannia (in collaboration with Hugh Casson). Patrick McBride was the practice architect responsible for the interior design of the Caronia, launched in 1947.

RMS Orion: the first class dining salon

RIBA72638
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)

RMS Orion

RIBA72639
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)

RMS Orion: the games deck

RIBA72640
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)

RMS Orion: a corner of the swimming pool

RIBA72641
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)

RMS Orion: a lamp fitting in one of the lounges

RIBA72642
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)
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