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Stag Brewery Site, Victoria Street, Westminster, London: Roebuck House to the left and Glen House to the right with fountain in front

RIBA122501
City of London Real Property Co. Architects' Department
NOTES: The Stag Brewery site was a development from 1962-1963 of largely office buildings and some residential accommodation to the north of Victoria Street, Westminster. Its name comes from the Watney Mann brewery which stood on the site. The resulting buildings were designed by various architects and included a pedestrian square, Stag Place. It has since been rebuilt in the late 1990s early 2000s. Roebuck House by the City of London Real Property Co. Architect's Department is the only block on the site devoted to residential accommodation. Glen House is by Howard Fairbairn & Partners.

Stag Brewery Site, Victoria Street, Westminster, London: detail of the water feature in front of Roebuck House

RIBA122511
City of London Real Property Co. Architects' Department
NOTES: The Stag Brewery site was a development from 1962-1963 of largely office buildings and some residential accommodation to the north of Victoria Street, Westminster. Its name comes from the Watney Mann brewery which stood on the site. The resulting buildings were designed by various architects and included a pedestrian square, Stag Place. It has since been rebuilt in the late 1990s early 2000s. Roebuck House, the only residential accommodation on the site is by the City of London Real Property Co. Architect's Department.

Wool House, Carlton Gardens, London: the roof terrace to one of the flats with water feature

RIBA122693
Hodges, David Michael (1915-1998)
NOTES: Built as flats and offices, with the office portion largely in the lower block.

RMC Group headquarters, Thorpe, Surrey: the offices looking out over a pool, with executive dining rooms overlooking the roof garden

RIBA123076
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This office development was arranged around the landscaped grounds of three historic houses, Eastley End House (late 18th/early 19th century), Meadlake House (a Victorian stable block) and The Grange (late 19th/early 20th century). The retained existing buildings are linked by a series of single-storey structures, except for the executive dining rooms. See RIBA145981 for a colour version of this image.

RMC Group headquarters, Thorpe, Surrey: Eastley End House with pool and executive dining room to the left

RIBA123083
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This office development was arranged around the landscaped grounds of three historic houses, Eastley End House (late 18th/early 19th century), Meadlake House (a Victorian stable block) and The Grange (late 19th/early 20th century). The retained existing buildings are linked by a series of single-storey structures, except for the executive dining rooms.
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