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Headquarters of the British Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Federation, Hamilton House, 138 Piccadilly, London: the main exhibition room with Adam fireplace

RIBA122140
Russell, Robert Dick (1903-1981)
NOTES: 138 Piccadilly was originally built in 1757-1758 by Matthew Brettingham and was later remodelled by R. S. Wornum in the late 19th century. The new headquarters for the British Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Federation was designed by R. D. Russell to provide office and exhibition space for the Federation. The fireplace is set in a surround of Belgian marble, the walls are faced with black bean and the carpet designed by Marian Pepler. The leaf painting above the fireplace is by Mrs Dosia Craig.

Headquarters of the British Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Federation, Hamilton House, 138 Piccadilly, London: the main exhibition room with Adam fireplace

RIBA122141
Russell, Robert Dick (1903-1981)
NOTES: 138 Piccadilly was originally built in 1757-1758 by Matthew Brettingham and was later remodelled by R. S. Wornum in the late 19th century. The new headquarters for the British Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Federation was designed by R. D. Russell to provide office and exhibition space for the Federation. The fireplace is set in a surround of Belgian marble, the walls are faced with black bean and the carpet designed by Marian Pepler. The leaf painting above the fireplace is by Mrs Dosia Craig.

Boardroom suite for British Nylon Spinners, Bowater House, Knightsbridge, London: the vestibule panelled in French walnut veneer with a seaweed green carpet

RIBA122287
Guy Morgan & Partners
NOTES: Bowater House was designed by Guy Morgan & Partners. The boardroom suite featured here was designed by Misha Black and Christine Durrell of the Design Research Unit.

Vickers House, Millbank, London: the boardroom with models of ships' hulls on the walls

RIBA122294
Ronald Ward & Partners
NOTES: Commissioned by Vickers Ltd and financed by Legal & General Assurance Society, this redevelopment consists of three main sections: the 34-storey tower, an 8-storey Y-shaped block and an 11-storey residential block. The boardroom suite seen here was designed by Misha Black and Bryan Rodda of the Design Research Unit. The 'ship wall' is panelled in solid walnut. The elliptical shaped table was designed by Frank Height and is veneered in walnut.

Vickers House, Millbank, London: detail of the boardroom with its models of ships' hulls on the walls

RIBA122295
Ronald Ward & Partners
NOTES: Commissioned by Vickers Ltd and financed by Legal & General Assurance Society, this redevelopment consists of three main sections: the 34-storey tower, an 8-storey Y-shaped block and an 11-storey residential block. The boardroom suite seen here was designed by Misha Black and Bryan Rodda of the Design Research Unit. The 'ship wall' is panelled in solid walnut.

Design for the interior of a room showing panelling: plan

RIBA125584
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XV/15 recto in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Design for an oak staircase for a hall: elevation, plan and section details

RIBA125710
Cave, Walter Frederick (1863-1939)
NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol II) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1892 and 1897.

Double Villa, Mansion House Road, Langside, Glasgow: the drawing room on the first floor

RIBA130270
Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (1817-1875)
NOTES: The Double Villa was a pair of villas situated between two parallel roads, Mansion House Road and Millbrae Road, identical in plan, except Janus like, one entrance faced onto Mansion Road and the other faced onto Millbrae Road. See RIBA155734 for a colour version of this image.
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