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Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: elevation and perspectives

RIBA31897
Smith, Dr. W. P. J.
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building (part of which can be seen here) was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: elevations

RIBA31898
Smith, Dr. W. P. J.
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building (part of which can be seen here) was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: elevation and section

RIBA31940
Smith, Dr. W. P. J.
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: ground and first floor plans

RIBA31941
Smith, Dr. W. P. J.
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Unexecuted competition design for the National Gallery Extension project, Hampton site, Trafalgar Square, London: sub-basement and basement plans

RIBA31942
Smith, Dr. W. P. J.
NOTES: The winning design for the National Gallery extension project by Ahrends, Burton & Koralek was eventually abandoned in favour of a scheme by Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates which was constructed in 1991. The extension became known as The Sainsbury Wing and was designed to house the Gallery's Renaissance collections. The original National Gallery building was designed by William Wilkins and completed in 1838.

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, The Arts Centre, King's Domain, Linlithgow Avenue, Melbourne

RIBA33075
Arup
NOTES: Yuncken Freeman Brothers were responsible for the design of the centre while Griffiths & Simpson were the structural engineers. The roof of the Bowl, which is heritage listed, was replaced by Arup in 2002.

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, The Arts Centre, King's Domain, Linlithgow Avenue, Melbourne

RIBA33076
Arup
NOTES: Yuncken Freeman Brothers were responsible for the design of the centre while Griffiths & Simpson were the structural engineers. The roof of the Bowl, which is heritage listed, was replaced by Arup in 2002.

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, The Arts Centre, King's Domain, Linlithgow Avenue, Melbourne

RIBA33077
Arup
NOTES: Yuncken Freeman Brothers were responsible for the design of the centre while Griffiths & Simpson were the structural engineers. The roof of the Bowl, which is heritage listed, was replaced by Arup in 2002.

Sidney Myer Music Bowl, The Arts Centre, King's Domain, Linlithgow Avenue, Melbourne

RIBA33078
Arup
NOTES: Yuncken Freeman Brothers were responsible for the design of the centre while Griffiths & Simpson were the structural engineers. The roof of the Bowl, which is heritage listed, was replaced by Arup in 2002.
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