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Derry and Toms roof garden, High Street Kensington, London: the Tea Pavilion on the left and one of the bridges crossing the stream in the Woodland Garden in the foreground

Hancock, Ralph (1893-1950)
NOTES: When Derry and Toms department store was built in 1931-1933, London County Council forbade the inclusion of the seventh floor due to the limit of fire service ladders but the building had the structural potential for another floor. On completion of the building, a roof garden was planned to cover this large open space which took three years to build and opened to the public in 1938.

Miss Cranston's Restaurant (Willow Tea Rooms), Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Honeyman Keppie & Mackintosh
NOTES: This image was taken before the tea rooms were restored in the 1990s.