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Sketch designs for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem: concept sketch

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Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This scheme was not the final design.

Sketch designs for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem: more finished version of the concept sketch

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Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This drawing was in a bundle dated May1981 but appears to be a much earlier design, possibly dating from early 1979, and representing a more finished version of Denys Lasdun's concept sketch, published in Architectural Review (in 1983).

Working drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: west and north elevations

RIBA99667
Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This scheme was not the final design.

Working drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: east and south elevations

RIBA99668
Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This scheme was not the final design.

Working drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: sections A-A and B-B

RIBA99669
Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This scheme was not the final design.

Publicity drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: east elevation from the square

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Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This is one of the original publication drawings by Crispin Wride which appeared in the Architectural Review, May 1983, and William Curtis's book on Lasdun.

Publicity drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: roof plan

RIBA99671
Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This is one of the original publication drawings by Crispin Wride which appeared in the Architectural Review, May 1983, and William Curtis's book on Lasdun.

Publicity drawings for the unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, Jersusalem: south elevation

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Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted. This is one of the original publication drawings by Crispin Wride which appeared in the Architectural Review, May 1983, and William Curtis's book on Lasdun.

Design for the Rumbach Street Synagogue, Budapest: perspective and section

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Wagner, Otto (1841-1918)
SOURCE: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Projecte und ausgefuhrte Bauwerke (Vienna: Schroll, 1890-1922), Band 1, no. 53 NOTES: The Rumbach Street Synagogue was built in 1872; this design is dated 1871.

Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem, as seen from the east: model of the unbuilt scheme,

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Denys Lasdun Redhouse & Softley
NOTES: This was a scheme by Denys Lasdun to replace the old Hurva Synagogue, a nineteenth century building by the Turkish architect Assad Effendi, which had been destroyed by bombing in 1948. From 1978-1982 he prepared designs, but none were accepted.
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