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88 Wood Street, City of London

Richard Rogers Partnership

Odeon cinema, 271 Birchfield Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham

Griffiths, Stanley A.
NOTES: Opened in 1930 by Oscar Deutsch & Associates, this cinema was taken into the Odeoen circuit in 1935. It closed as an Odeon in 1969 and reopened the same year as a bingo hall. It closed again in 1997 and reopened in 2002 as Royal Suite for banquets.

Penthouse, Highpoint Two, North Hill, Highgate, London: the living room with home-made furniture seen from the entrance door

Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: On completion the penthouse was occupied by Berthold and Margaret Lubetkin who furnished it with pieces made by themselves.

Eaton Hall, Cheshire: room between the great drawing room and saloon

Waterhouse, Alfred (1830-1905)
NOTES: Commissioned by the 3rd Earl Grosvenor (later the 1st Duke of Westminster from 1874), this lavish mansion was designed to display his enormous wealth. It comprised 150 bedrooms, massive stables, huge kennels and a chapel. Deemed too costly and large to maintain by the trustees of the Westminster estate, the mansion was demolished in 1961, leaving only the chapel and the stable block. A smaller house was built on the edge of the footprint of the old building in 1967.

Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott

Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1865-1945)

Primary School, Dulwich, London

London County Council. Architects Department

Cathedral of Notre Dame, Ile de la Cite, Paris: the eagle sculpture on the grand balustrade of the great gallery

Lassus, Jean-Baptiste (1807-1857)
NOTES: Construction on the cathedral began in 1163 and was completed c.1345. Jean-Baptiste Lassus and Eugene Viollet-le-Duc were responsible for the restoration of Notre Dame in 1841-1863.