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Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: the rooftop charbagh garden

RIBA56899
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: the fountain before the glass doors leading to the third floor foyer from the charbagh rooftop garden

RIBA58225
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: the charbagh rooftop garden

RIBA58236
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: one of the fountains in the charbagh rooftop garden

RIBA58246
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: seating area on the third floor looking out onto the charbagh rooftop garden

RIBA58252
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Ismaili Centre, Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, London: the third floor foyer looking onto the charbagh rooftop garden

RIBA58253
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: This was the first religious and cultural centre to be specially designed and built for the Ismaili community in the West.

Derry and Toms roof garden, High Street Kensington, London: the Spanish garden cloister walk

RIBA72572
Hancock, Ralph (1893-1950)
NOTES: When Derry and Toms department store was built in 1931-1933, London County Council forbad the inclusion of the seventh floor due to the limit of fire service ladders although the building had the structural potential for another floor. In 1935, the new owner of the store commissioned a roof garden to cover this large open space, which opened to the public in 1938.

Derry and Toms roof garden, High Street Kensington, London: the court of fountains

RIBA72573
Hancock, Ralph (1893-1950)
NOTES: When Derry and Toms department store was built in 1931-1933, London County Council forbad the inclusion of the seventh floor due to the limit of fire service ladders although the building had the structural potential for another floor. In 1935, the new owner of the store commissioned a roof garden to cover this large open space, which opened to the public in 1938.

Derry and Toms roof garden, High Street Kensington, London: the Spanish garden

RIBA72574
Hancock, Ralph (1893-1950)
NOTES: When Derry and Toms department store was built in 1931-1933, London County Council forbad the inclusion of the seventh floor due to the limit of fire service ladders although the building had the structural potential for another floor. In 1935, the new owner of the store commissioned a roof garden to cover this large open space, which opened to the public in 1938.

Derry and Toms roof garden, High Street Kensington, London: the English woodland garden

RIBA72575
Hancock, Ralph (1893-1950)
NOTES: When Derry and Toms department store was built in 1931-1933, London County Council forbad the inclusion of the seventh floor due to the limit of fire service ladders although the building had the structural potential for another floor. In 1935, the new owner of the store commissioned a roof garden to cover this large open space, which opened to the public in 1938.
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