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London Orphan Asylum, Linscott Road, Clapton, London: perspective

RIBA85369
Inman, William Southcote (1798-1879)
NOTES: This image also appeared in Elmes, Metropolitan improvements (London, 1827-30). The building was taken over by the Salvation Army in 1881 who roofed over the courtyard. In 1975 it was bought by the borough of Hackney and was subsequently demolished except for the portico and colonnades and school buildings built behind it.

Childrens' Home, Lewisham, London

RIBA86290
London County Council. Architects Department

Childrens' Home, Lewisham, London: the living room

RIBA86291
London County Council. Architects Department

Childrens' Home, Lewisham, London: the kitchen

RIBA86292
London County Council. Architects Department

Childrens' Home, Lewisham, London: the staff sitting room

RIBA86293
London County Council. Architects Department

Childrens' Home, Lewisham, London: one of the bedrooms

RIBA86294
London County Council. Architects Department

Children's Reception Centre, Langtry Walk, Camden, London

RIBA114464
Evans & Shalev
NOTES: Evans & Shalev designed two homes close together, near the Alexandra Road Estate, both similar in appearance. One, on Langtry Walk was built as a children's reception centre (1970-1975) and the other, on 48 Boundary Road was built as a home for young disabled people (1972-1976).

Children's Reception Centre, Langtry Walk, Camden, London: towards the main entrance

RIBA114465
Evans & Shalev
NOTES: Evans & Shalev designed two homes close together, near the Alexandra Road Estate, both similar in appearance. One, on Langtry Walk was built as a children's reception centre (1970-1975) and the other, on 48 Boundary Road was built as a home for young disabled people (1972-1976).

Children's Reception Centre, Langtry Walk, Camden, London

RIBA114466
Evans & Shalev
NOTES: Evans & Shalev designed two homes close together, near the Alexandra Road Estate, both similar in appearance. One, on Langtry Walk was built as a children's reception centre (1970-1975) and the other, on 48 Boundary Road was built as a home for young disabled people (1972-1976).
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