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Wilton Royal Carpet factory, Warminster Road, Wilton, under construction

RIBA75593
Townsend, Robert
NOTES: The factory was constructed with a multiple paraboloid timber roof in just six weeks.

Wilton Royal Carpet factory, Warminster Road, Wilton, under construction

RIBA75594
Townsend, Robert
NOTES: The factory was constructed with a multiple paraboloid timber roof in just six weeks.

Research centre for Pilkington Brothers laboratories, Lathom, near Ormskirk, Lancashire: the front elevation under construction

RIBA75658
Johnson, William Frederick (d. 1984)
NOTES: William Frederick Johnson was the chief architect for Courtauld Technical Services Limited. The lecture theatre was part of a much larger complex of buildings. The glass wall of the front elevation was the biggest in Europe, at three storeys high and 65 feet wide, made up of 42 panels of armour-plated glass.

Research centre for Pilkington Brothers laboratories, Lathom, near Ormskirk, Lancashire: the front elevation under construction

RIBA75659
Johnson, William Frederick (d. 1984)
NOTES: William Frederick Johnson was the chief architect for Courtauld Technical Services Limited. The lecture theatre was part of a much larger complex of buildings. The glass wall of the front elevation was the biggest in Europe, at three storeys high and 65 feet wide, made up of 42 panels of armour-plated glass.

Roofers at work, Lacock, Wiltshire

RIBA77431
NOTES: Both Ivy de Wolfe and Ivor de Wolfe took photographs, although the majority were taken by Ivy. As this photograph is signed I de Wolfe, it is uncertain which of the two was responsible.

Beverley Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire:scaffolding truss used to push the north wall of the north transept back to the vertical seen from the outside of the north transept

RIBA82673
Hawksmoor, Nicholas (1661-1736)
NOTES: This print is one of two published in 1739, as republished in 1805, illustrating the scaffolding used to restore the leaning north face of the north transept to the perpendicular under the direction of architect Nicholas Hawksmoor and master carpenter/architect William Thornton during 1716-1720.

Beverley Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire: scaffolding truss used to push the north wall of the north transept back to the vertical

RIBA82674
Hawksmoor, Nicholas (1661-1736)
NOTES: This print is one of two published in 1739, as republished in 1805, illustrating the scaffolding used to restore the leaning north face of the north transept to the perpendicular under the direction of architect Nicholas Hawksmoor and master carpenter/architect William Thornton during 1716-1720.

Hill House, Headley, under construction

RIBA88152
Denys Lasdun & Partners
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