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

RIBA55087
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 seen through the glass plate wall

RIBA55088
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.

Boavista Bank headquarters, Rio de Janeiro: an office

RIBA56312
Niemeyer, Oscar (1907-2012)

County Hall Extension, West Bridgford, Nottingham: an open-plan office

RIBA78500
Harris, Emanuel Vincent (1876-1971)
NOTES: The County Hall was originally designed by E. V. Harris in 1935-1938 and first occupied as an unfinished brick shell in 1947. The extension designed by W. Dan Lacey (the County Architect) and Henry Swain, who succeeded him, was built using the CLASP (Consortium of Local Authorities Special Programme) method of construction.

Unexecuted design for export warehouses, Accra: perspective of the south-east front to the beach

RIBA85996
Creswell, Harry Bulkeley (1869-1960)
NOTES: These warehouses with its lighthouse and signal station at the corner were designed for the storage and delivery of cocoa. Designs were first published in 1922 and again in the journals in 1930. There it is noted that the scheme was abandoned because engineering difficulties meant the necessary breakwaters for sheltering the embarkation beaches could not be constructed.

Precinct Centre, Manchester, seen from the junction of Oxford Road and Booth Street

RIBA86449
Wilson & Womersley
NOTES: The Precinct Centre incorporated a shopping centre, a business school, offices and student accommodation in self-contained maisonettes, arranged in six floors above the shopping centre.

Precinct Centre, Manchester, seen from the west

RIBA86450
Wilson & Womersley
NOTES: The Precinct Centre incorporated a shopping centre, a business school, offices and student accommodation in self-contained maisonettes, arranged in six floors above the shopping centre.

Precinct Centre, Manchester: the roof garden from the upper roof

RIBA86451
Wilson & Womersley
NOTES: The Precinct Centre incorporated a shopping centre, a business school, offices and student accommodation in self-contained maisonettes, arranged in six floors above the shopping centre.

Precinct Centre, Manchester: ramp from Oxford Road leading to the shopping centre, with computer centre to the left and the mathematics tower in the background

RIBA86452
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: The Precinct Centre incorporated a shopping centre, a business school, offices and student accommodation in self-contained maisonettes, arranged in six floors above the shopping centre.

Precinct Centre, Manchester

RIBA86453
Wilson & Womersley
NOTES: The Precinct Centre incorporated a shopping centre, a business school, offices and student accommodation in self-contained maisonettes, arranged in six floors above the shopping centre.
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