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Offices for Channel 4 Television, Charlotte Street, London

RIBA116212
Levitt Bernstein Associates
NOTES: See RIBA116303 for a black and white version of this image.

Offices for Channel 4 Television, Charlotte Street, London: office and meeting room

RIBA116213
Levitt Bernstein Associates
NOTES: See RIBA116205 for a black and white version of this image.

Langham Hotel, and All Souls Church, Portland Place, London, with Broadcasting House in the background

RIBA116334
Giles & Murray
NOTES: All Souls was built by John Nash in 1822-1824. The Langham Hotel is by Giles & Murray in 1863. The hotel was damaged by fire in 1989 and subsequently restored by the Halpern Partnership.This image was taken prior to the fire.

TV-am's Breakfast Television Centre, Camden, London: front wall elevation section / back wall elevation

RIBA127294
Terry Farrell Partnership
NOTES: The drawing to the left shows a partial section of the front facade, with the vertical 'TVam' lettering running along the left of the elevation. A partial elevation of the back canal facade is shown to the right, depicting one of the famous eggcups atop the stepped sawtooth roof. The arched upper window places this part of the elevation to the left of the facade. A larger detail of an eggcup is also shown in the upper right corner. Simon Sturgis led on the design of the front facade, and John Letherland on the back.

TV-am's Breakfast Television Centre, Camden, London: profile types / front wall elevation section / back wall elevation section

RIBA127295
Terry Farrell Partnership
NOTES: The drawing to the left shows a partial section of the front facade, with the vertical 'TVam' lettering running along the left of the elevation. A partial elevation of the back canal facade is shown to the right, depicting one of the famous eggcups atop the stepped sawtooth roof. The arched upper window places this part of the elevation to the left of the facade. A larger detail of an eggcup is also shown in the upper right corner. Simon Sturgis led on the design of the front facade, and John Letherland on the back.
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