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Drinking fountain, Parliament Square, Westminster, London

RIBA71645
Teulon, Samuel Sanders (1812-1873)
NOTES: This drinking fountain was built to commemorate Sir T. Fowell Buxton, a Member of Parliament, who with others campaigned for the emancipation of slaves in British colonies.

Town centre, Burslem, Staffordshire: the lavatory block and shelter with seating

RIBA76034
Black, Sir Misha (1910-1977)
NOTES: Burslem was chosen in 1958 by the Civic Trust for its second pilot experiment in civic design (the first being Magdalen Street, Norwich) for the rehabilitation of a run down city centre. The consultant architect was Misha Black who produced a scheme in collaboration with Anthony Wilkinson, John Piggott, the City Architect and James Plant the Reconstruction Officer, for a planned pedestrian area to include, a car park, lavatory and a seating area.

Town centre, Burslem, Staffordshire: the new bus shelter

RIBA76035
Black, Sir Misha (1910-1977)
NOTES: Burslem was chosen in 1958 by the Civic Trust for its second pilot experiment in civic design (the first being Magdalen Street, Norwich) for the rehabilitation of a run down city centre. The consultant architect was Misha Black who produced a scheme in collaboration with Anthony Wilkinson, John Piggott, the City Architect and James Plant the Reconstruction Officer, for a planned pedestrian area to include, a car park, lavatory and a seating area.

Town centre, Burslem, Staffordshire: the garden area with seat shelter and demountable bandstand to the left

RIBA76037
Black, Sir Misha (1910-1977)
NOTES: Burslem was chosen in 1958 by the Civic Trust for its second pilot experiment in civic design (the first being Magdalen Street, Norwich) for the rehabilitation of a run down city centre. The consultant architect was Misha Black who produced a scheme in collaboration with Anthony Wilkinson, John Piggott, the City Architect and James Plant the Reconstruction Officer, for a planned pedestrian area to include, a car park, lavatory and a seating area.

Town centre, Burslem, Staffordshire: the new pedestrian area to the west of the old town hall with seating and concrete flower tubs

RIBA76038
Black, Sir Misha (1910-1977)
NOTES: Burslem was chosen in 1958 by the Civic Trust for its second pilot experiment in civic design (the first being Magdalen Street, Norwich) for the rehabilitation of a run down city centre. The consultant architect was Misha Black who produced a scheme in collaboration with Anthony Wilkinson, John Piggott, the City Architect and James Plant the Reconstruction Officer, for a planned pedestrian area to include, a car park, lavatory and a seating area.

Detail of grill surrounding a tree within an urban landscape

RIBA76961
NOTES: This image was used for an article by Ian Nairn.

Main square, Menton

RIBA77427
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.
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