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Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney

RIBA55450
Utzon, Jorn (1918-2008)

Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney

RIBA55451
Utzon, Jorn (1918-2008)

Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney

RIBA55452
Utzon, Jorn (1918-2008)

Design for the remodelling of the Royal Opera House, Haymarket, London, incorporating an arcade: plan

RIBA65408
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: The theatre which stood on this site was known by various names as the Queen's, the King's, Her Majesty's, His Majesty's, or the Opera House. It was originally built by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1704ÔÇô1705 and destroyed by fire in 1789. It was rebuilt on a slightly larger site to the designs of Michael Novosielski in 1790ÔÇô1791 and was remodelled in 1816ÔÇô1818 it by John Nash and George Repton. They provided fa+ºades to Charles Street, the Haymarket and Pall Mall and also built the Royal Opera Arcade on the west side. The theatre (but not the surrounding fa+ºades) was again destroyed by fire in 1867 and was rebuilt to the designs of Charles Lee in 1868ÔÇô1869. This theatre and all the surrounding premises designed by Nash and Repton (except the Royal Opera Arcade) were demolished in the 1890s. Part of the site is now occupied by Her MajestyÔÇÖs Theatres (1897 by C. J. Phipps).

Competition design for Compton Verney Opera House: the auditorium

RIBA69419
Ahrends Burton & Koralek
NOTES: This image is a photograph of an original drawing.

Competition designs for the Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: plan

RIBA85936
Barry, Edward Middleton (1830-1880)
NOTES: The two-stage competition was announced on 30 December 1860 and entrants had a month to submit their designs. It is not clear whether Barry submitted these designs. Charles Garnier was one of the five architects who were selected to go to the second stage and emerged the winner, his building opening in 1875.

Competition designs for the Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: elevation of principal facade

RIBA85937
Barry, Edward Middleton (1830-1880)
NOTES: The two-stage competition was announced on 30 December 1860 and entrants had a month to submit their designs. It is not clear whether Barry submitted these designs. Charles Garnier was one of the five architects who were selected to go to the second stage and emerged the winner, his building opening in 1875.
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