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Homes and Gardens Pavilion, Festival of Britain, South Bank, London: the entrance with the plaster sculpture, 'The Sisters', by J. Matthews

Clarke-Hall, Denis Lucien (1910-2006)
NOTES: Katz & Vaughan designed the Homes and Gardens Pavilion and D. L. Clarke-Hall was responsible for the interiors.

The Fairway, Festival of Britain, South Bank, London

Architects Co-operative Partnership
NOTES: The Rocket Cafe is at the end of the Fairway with, on the right, the entrance screen between the Fairway piazza and York Road with administrative offices behind the Fairway Cafe and Information Kiosk at ground level (architects Architects' Co-Partnership).

South-west view of a house and garden near Sherborne, Dorset

Mallows, Charles Edward (1864-1915)

View of Zeyrek Camii (Church of Christ Pantocrator), Istanbul: plan and details of inlaid marble flooring

NOTES: The Church of Christ Pantocrator was converted into the Zayrek mosque in the 15th century. This drawing was probably produced by a local draughtsman for Charles Felix Marie Texier for use in his publications and later presented to the RIBA.

Design for a garden path and gate leading to a wood, to illustrate a paper on gardens by Edward Schroeder Prior presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London

Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
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.

Sprinkenhof, Kontorhaus quarter, Hamburg: the brick and terracotta facade of the middle-tract

Gerson, Hans (1881-1931)
NOTES: This building is the largest of its kind in the Kontorhaus quarter, and takes up two complete blocks. It was built in three stages from 1927-1943.

Arcaded street in Padua with Palazzo Frigimelica Montesi on the left

NOTES: This image is one of many taken by Ivy de Wolfe, the pseudonym of Hazel de Cronin Hastings, of Italian subjects. Many of these appeared in the book 'The Italian Townscape' by Ivor de Wolfe (London: Architectural Press, 1963).

Tour de l'Horloge seen from the cobbled main street, Avallon, Burgundy

NOTES: The clock tower dates from the 15th century.