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Vasa Museum, Stockholm

RIBA90557
Mansson Dahlback Arkitektkontor
NOTES: Designed to house the ship from 1628, which sank off the Swedish coast, the museum is deliberately shiplike with a series of masts placed upon its roof.

Design for the yacht 'Fey Loong': sketches showing showing the hull, rig, and interior layout

RIBA94599
Coates, Wells Wintemute (1895-1958)
NOTES: 'Fey Loong' (or 'Fei Lung'), meaning Flying Dragon, was designed by the architect for himself, could accommodate 6-8 persons and would be rigged with his new invention called Wingsails - a rigid sail design. A prototype catamaran with Wingsails was shown at the Britain Can Make It exhibition in 1946 but no commercial production ever followed. The 30-foor yawl 'Fey Loong' was built to a smaller specification than illustrated here and launched in 1954.

Design for the main mast for a warship of 44 guns, and for a main yard for a warship of 36 guns: sections

RIBA95198
NOTES: The drawing is by an unidentified late 18th century naval draughtsman and was amongst a series of working drawings by James Wyatt for Thirkleby Park, North Yorkshire. The family of the owner of this house, Sir Thomas Frankland, Bt. had naval connections (his father, the 5th Baronet, was an Admiral). This may explain the presence of this drawing among the architectural designs for the house.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport

RIBA104649
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport

RIBA104650
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980. See RIBA104651 for a colour version of this image.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport

RIBA104651
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980. See RIBA 104650 for a black and white version of this image.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport: the eight-storey control office and submarine workshop to the left

RIBA104652
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980. See RIBA104654 for a black and white version of this image.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport: the submarine workshop

RIBA104653
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport: the eight-storey control tower and submarine workshop to the left

RIBA104654
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980. See RIBA104652 for a colour version of this image.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport: the submarine workshop

RIBA104655
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport

RIBA104656
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980.

Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport: the electrical plant house and dry dock

RIBA104657
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980.
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