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J. C. Decaux warehouse and offices, Brentford, London

Foster & Partners
NOTES: The project was in three parts: a refurbished Grade II-listed 1930s office building, a new warehouse and a covered street linking the two (1991).

Penha House, Herenstraat 1, Punda, Willemstad, Curacao

NOTES: Penha House was built as a warehouse on the ground floor with living quarters above.

St Katharine Docks, London: a horse and cart travelling along the paved road behind the high brick-walled quayside warehouses

Hardwick, Philip (1792-1870)
NOTES: Part of the Port of London and built in 1825-1828 by the St Katharine Dock Company, this was the smallest group of London's enclosed docks. Thomas Telford engineered the docks while Philip Hardwick designed the quayside warehouses.

Albert Dock, Liverpool

Hartley, Jesse (1780-1860)

Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent: the Quadrangle and warehouses from the dockside

Holl, Edward (d. 1824)
NOTES: John Rennie was the engineer who surveyed and designed the new Dockyard for Sheerness, which was completed by his son after his death. Edward Holl, civil architect to Admiralty, and his successor George Ledwell Taylor, are thought to be responsible for the designs of the main brick buildings.

Tate Gallery, Albert Dock, Liverpool: the foyer

Hartley, Jesse (1780-1860)
NOTES: These warehouses were part of the Albert Dock, designed by Jesse Hartley in 1845. They were converted into an art gallery by James Stirling, Michael Wilford & Associates in 1988.