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Workshops, Stowe School, Buckinghamshire: close-up of the fenestration

RIBA44126
Architects Co-Partnership
NOTES: Stowe School was created in 1923 as an independent public school for boys and occupies the great house and grounds of Stowe. The house, designed by Robert Adam and completed in 1774, was modified to accommodate staff and boys by Clough Williams-Ellis. This is one of several additions to the school.

Workshops, Stowe School, Buckinghamshire: the roof lights

RIBA44127
Architects Co-Partnership
NOTES: Stowe School was created in 1923 as an independent public school for boys and occupies the great house and grounds of Stowe. The house, designed by Robert Adam and completed in 1774, was modified to accommodate staff and boys by Clough Williams-Ellis. This is one of several additions to the school.

College of Technology, Kumasi, Ashanti Region: close-up of the roof structure of the workshop

RIBA44358
James Cubitt & Partners
NOTES: Founded in 1952, this college was granted university status in 1961 and was thereafter known as Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology of Ghana. It was the second public university to be established in the country.

Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

RIBA47285
NOTES: The majority of buildings on this street date from the 19th century.

'Top-shop' in Lord Street, Chapelfields, Coventry

RIBA47401
NOTES: 'Top-shops', a common feature of early industrial Coventry, are houses with a workshop on top.

Maws & Company Tile Works, Jackfield, Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire: one of the workshops of the Maws Craft Centre

RIBA47588
NOTES: In the nineteenth century Maws & Company was the biggest manufacturer of decorative tiles in the world. The demand for its products declined dramatically in the twentieth century and the factory closed in 1970. Two thirds of its factory buildings were demolished between 1974 and 1977. The remaining buildings were either renovated and converted into flats, or restored to form part of the Maws Craft Centre, established in 1988.

Flatted factories, Shoreditch, London

RIBA47784
London County Council. Architects Department
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