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Design for the Shire Hall [County Hall], West Bridgford, Nottingham: perspective seen from Trent Bridge

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Harris, Emanuel Vincent (1876-1971)
NOTES: The foundation stone for the building was laid in November 1939 but construction was paused during the war and the building was not completed until 1954. This drawing is probably that exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1939 (number 1053, 'Shire Hall for the County of Nottingham, Trent Bridge').

Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall, Hornton Street, Kensington, London: site plan

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John S. Bonnington Partnership
NOTES: The design for the new town hall was sketched out in 1965 by Sir Basil Spence and executed in 1972-1977 by his former partner John S. Bonnington Partnership.

Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall, Hornton Street, Kensington, London: ground-floor plan

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John S. Bonnington Partnership
NOTES: The design for the new town hall was sketched out in 1965 by Sir Basil Spence and executed in 1972-1977 by his former partner John S. Bonnington Partnership.

Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall, Hornton Street, Kensington, London: first-floor plan

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John S. Bonnington Partnership
NOTES: The design for the new town hall was sketched out in 1965 by Sir Basil Spence and executed in 1972-1977 by his former partner John S. Bonnington Partnership.

Palazzo d'Accursio o Communale, Piazza Maggiore, Bologna, at night

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Fioravanti, Fioravante
NOTES: The Palazzo d'Accursio also known as the Palazzo Communale incorporates buildings of many different periods. Its origins go back to the 13th century when it was acquired by the commune in 1287 from Francesco d'Accursio. In 1336 the various palaces around the square were united as one town hall. In 1425-1428 the palace to the right of the main entrance was rebuilt by Fioravante Fioravanti and the whole structure fortified in the 16th century by the papal legates as their residence.

Palazzo d'Accursio o Communale, Piazza Maggiore, Bologna: the colonnade

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Fioravanti, Fioravante
NOTES: The Palazzo d'Accursio also known as the Palazzo Communale incoroporates buildings of many different periods. Its origins go back to the 13th century when it was acquired by the commune in 1287 from Francesco d'Accursio. In 1336 the various palaces around the square were united as one town hall. In 1425-1428 the palace to the right of the main entrance was rebuilt by Fioravante Fioravanti and the whole structure fortified in the 16th century by the papal legates as their residence.

Palazzo d'Accursio o Communale, Piazza Maggiore, Bologna: looking towards the clock tower

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Fioravanti, Fioravante
NOTES: The Palazzo d'Accursio also known as the Palazzo Communale incoroporates buildings of many different periods. Its origins go back to the 13th century when it was acquired by the commune in 1287 from Francesco d'Accursio. In 1336 the various palaces around the square were united as one town hall. In 1425-1428 the palace to the right of the main entrance was rebuilt by Fioravante Fioravanti and the whole structure fortified in the 16th century by the papal legates as their residence.
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