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

RIBA114467
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

RIBA114468
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).

Home for young disabled people, 48 Boundary Walk, Camden, London: part of the dining room with the ramp to the left

RIBA114469
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

RIBA114470
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: kitchen area

RIBA114471
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

RIBA114472
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: kitchen area

RIBA114473
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

RIBA114474
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

RIBA114475
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).

Home for young disabled people, 48 Boundary Road, Camden, London: one of the ramps leading from the dining and recreation area

RIBA114476
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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