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Design for completing the west towers of St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Palmerston Place, Edinburgh: perspective

RIBA125095
Scott, Charles Marriot Oldrid (1880-1952)
NOTES: The cathedral was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and was consecrated in 1879; however, lack of funds meant that at that time neither the chapter house nor the west towers were built. Scott's grandson, Charles Marriott Oldrid Scott, provided designs for the completion of the west towers in 1913-1916 and they were finished in 1917. This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1917 (Completion of the Western Towers, St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, number 1346).

Student design for 'An Entrance to a City'

RIBA125096
Johnson-Marshall, Sir Stirrat (1912-1981)
NOTES: Sir Stirrat Johnson-Marshall attended the Liverpool School of Architecture between 1930-1935.

Drawings of the New College or Barry Buildings, Dulwich College, London: view of tower from inner court

RIBA125131
Barry, Charles (1823-1900)
NOTES: Dulwich College [Alleyn's College of God's Gift] wanted to expand its campus and in the 1860s commissioned Charles Barry junior to design New College, or what are now know as the Barry Buildings, which opened in1870. In what Barry called 'North Italian of the 13th Century' these buildings are now Grade II* listed. This is possibly one of the drawings exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (in 1866 Dulwich New College no. 767; in 1868 AlleynÔÇÖs College, Dulwich no. 876; and in 1869 New Dulwich College; interior no. 1018). It could also be one of the three drawings of ÔÇÿAlleynÔÇÖs CollegeÔÇÖ exhibited at the Paris Universal Exposition of 1878.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: roof plan (with areas numbered)

RIBA125207
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: roof plan

RIBA125208
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: elevations

RIBA125209
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: elevations (shaded)

RIBA125210
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: elevations

RIBA125211
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: detail of facade

RIBA125212
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: detail of facade

RIBA125213
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: perspective

RIBA125214
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.

Designs for an unexecuted office building, Moorgate, City of London: perspective (shaded)

RIBA125215
Goldfinger, Erno (1902-1987)
NOTES: These drawings are designs for a 27-storey block tower at Moorgate, City of London. The project was carried out as a design exercise to familiarise the architects with the technology of tall office buildings.
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