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Flats at Stanmore, London: one of the main entrance doorways

Williams, Sir Evan Owen (1890-1969)
NOTES: This development consisted of three blocks of family flats. Each block contained eight flats, two on each floor, with four garages at either end.

Beach House, Bay Walk, Aldwick Bay, Bognor Regis, West Sussex: the living room

Chitty, Anthony Merlott (1907-1976)
NOTES: This holiday seaside house was built right on the foreshore and designed to give maximum sea views from all rooms. It was executed in cream reinforced concrete with battleship grey windows. This was the first such 'modern' house to be built in the Bognor area and in contrast to many local authorities at the time the Rural District Council were quite happy to give their blessing to this speculative venture by Tecton. It was sold during the design stage and Lubetkin had a close hand in the finished product amending earlier proposals by Chitty.

Villa Loew-Beer, Brno: the roof terrace

Baumfeld, Rudolf Lothar (1903-1988)

Crucible exhibition, Gloucester Cathedral: manipulated image of a sculpture in the fifteenth century Gothic fan-vaulted cloister

NOTES: The sculpture and cloister to the right are the original image; the cloister was then flipped and added at the left to mirror the background. The Crucible Exhibition ran from 1st September until 30th October 2010 and featured over 70 works of art by many of Britain's most renowned sculptors and internationally famous artists which were displayed in the cathedral buildings and grounds.