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Olivetti offices, Belfast: offices

RIBA39414
Cullinan, Edward (1931-2019)
NOTES: This is one of four branches of Olivetti offices, built at the same time to a similar design in the cities of Carlisle, Belfast, Derby and Dundee. All of the metal surfaces, including girders, radiators and trunking were painted bright colours, although varying from office to office. Usually a combination of emerald green, bright blue and bright red was employed. The roofs were a bright yellow plastic, although the one at Belfast was considered too orange and was replaced with a grey one.

Office block, Shirley, Birmingham: one of the offices

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Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, under construction

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Skidmore Owings & Merrill

Pilkington Brothers Limited offices and showrooms, Selwyn House, St James's, London: the telephone box in the foyer

RIBA52603
Cheesman, Kenneth (1900-1964)
NOTES: Occupying four floors of Selwyn House, these premises were converted for the glass manufacturers Pilkingtons by George Fairweather. The interiors of the reception hall, conference room and showroom were designed by Kenneth Cheesman.

Pilkington Brothers Limited offices and showrooms, Selwyn House, St James's, London: the reception desk

RIBA52604
Cheesman, Kenneth (1900-1964)
NOTES: Occupying four floors of Selwyn House, these premises were converted for the glass manufacturers Pilkingtons by George Fairweather. The interiors of the reception hall, conference room and showroom were designed by Kenneth Cheesman.

Pilkington Brothers Limited offices and showrooms, Selwyn House, St James's, London: glass balustrade and insulator display in the showroom

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Cheesman, Kenneth (1900-1964)
NOTES: Occupying four floors of Selwyn House, these premises were converted for the glass manufacturers Pilkingtons by George Fairweather. The interiors of the reception hall, conference room and showroom were designed by Kenneth Cheesman.

Pilkington Brothers Limited offices and showrooms, Selwyn House, St James's, London: the showroom

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Cheesman, Kenneth (1900-1964)
NOTES: Occupying four floors of Selwyn House, these premises were converted for the glass manufacturers Pilkingtons, by George Fairweather. The interiors of the reception hall, conference room and showroom were designed by Kenneth Cheesman.

Blackpool Casino, Pleasure Beach, Blackpool: an office corridor panelled in mahogany

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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.

Pilkington Brothers Limited offices and showrooms, Selwyn House, St James's, London: the reception area with glass plate wall and entrance door

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Cheesman, Kenneth (1900-1964)
NOTES: Occupying four floors of Selwyn House, these premises were converted for the glass manufacturers Pilkingtons, by George Fairweather. The interiors of the reception hall, conference room and showroom were designed by Kenneth Cheesman.
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