DP137636 Detail view of stained glass by John Piper behind a staircase in the former interior decor showroom, now a hotel. Sanderson House, 49-57 Berners Street, Greater London Authority, W1  Date	04 Nov 2011 Photographer: James O Davies  https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1248457

DP137636 Detail view of stained glass by John Piper behind a staircase in the former interior decor showroom, now a hotel. Sanderson House, 49-57 Berners Street, Greater London Authority, W1 Date 04 Nov 2011 Photographer: James O Davies https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1248457

AA98/05903 General view of Battersea Power Station from the north bank of the Thames. Date:	1945 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare.  Please click for more information or to search our catalogues.

AA98/05903 General view of Battersea Power Station from the north bank of the Thames. Date: 1945 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare. Please click for more information or to search our catalogues.

ARI01/02/066 Chez Laurie, road house, on the Thanet Way, Kent.    Chez Laurie, built in 1935 operated as a nightclub for many years, but was demolished in the late 20th century. Beneath the image are plans and a description of finish and colour of the external render. This clipping is mounted in the 'Licensed Premises II' portfolio of clippings from the journal 'Architecture Illustrated'; a series of portfolios showing  modern architecture produced in the early to mid C20th.  Date	 c1935…

ARI01/02/066 Chez Laurie, road house, on the Thanet Way, Kent. Chez Laurie, built in 1935 operated as a nightclub for many years, but was demolished in the late 20th century. Beneath the image are plans and a description of finish and colour of the external render. This clipping is mounted in the 'Licensed Premises II' portfolio of clippings from the journal 'Architecture Illustrated'; a series of portfolios showing modern architecture produced in the early to mid C20th. Date c1935…

AA098607 Two enormous pillars supporting the roof above a walkway in the Barbican housing estate, Greater London, EC2Y   Date:	1971 - 1976  Photographer: John Gay.  Please click for more information or to search our collections.

AA098607 Two enormous pillars supporting the roof above a walkway in the Barbican housing estate, Greater London, EC2Y Date: 1971 - 1976 Photographer: John Gay. Please click for more information or to search our collections.

AA98/06376 Interior view of a post war semi detached house by David Dry.  Popes Grove, Strawberry Hill, Greater London Authority, TW1   Date	1945 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare.  Please click the image to explore our collections further.

AA98/06376 Interior view of a post war semi detached house by David Dry. Popes Grove, Strawberry Hill, Greater London Authority, TW1 Date 1945 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare. Please click the image to explore our collections further.

AA066908 The interior of the modern covered walkway linking the Guildhall Library in the City of London to the medieval Guildhall Place:	Guildhall Library, Aldermanbury, Greater London, EC2V.   Date: 	1972 - 1975.  Photographer: John Gay

AA066908 The interior of the modern covered walkway linking the Guildhall Library in the City of London to the medieval Guildhall Place: Guildhall Library, Aldermanbury, Greater London, EC2V. Date: 1972 - 1975. Photographer: John Gay

AA98/06057 Interior view of the post war cathedral looking towards the tapestry altarpiece designed by Graham Sutherland and showing roof details in the nave.  Coventry Cathedral, Priory Street, Coventry,    Date	1962 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare

AA98/06057 Interior view of the post war cathedral looking towards the tapestry altarpiece designed by Graham Sutherland and showing roof details in the nave. Coventry Cathedral, Priory Street, Coventry, Date 1962 - 1980 Photographer: Eric De Mare

AA068447 The Peterswood estate in Harlow New Town viewed across Parnall Road from the junction with Paringdon Road.  Peterswood, Stewards, Harlow, Essex   Date	1969 - 1974 Photographer: John Gay

AA068447 The Peterswood estate in Harlow New Town viewed across Parnall Road from the junction with Paringdon Road. Peterswood, Stewards, Harlow, Essex Date 1969 - 1974 Photographer: John Gay

BB87/01323 The staircase, Monkton House, West Dean, West Sussex   Date	1987 Photographer: Peter Williams

BB87/01323 The staircase, Monkton House, West Dean, West Sussex Date 1987 Photographer: Peter Williams

BL30421/004 A view of Crowsteps from the south Place	Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, West Berkshire   Description	This very early Modern Movement house, dating from 1929, was designed by the architectural practice of Burnet, Tait & Lorne and the photograph of it forms part of a set taken for Sir John Burnet, one of the partners. The house, subsequently renamed The Haven, has been renovated and extended in the 2000s.  Date	1929    Photographer: Henry Bedford Lemere, Bedford Lemere and Company

BL30421/004 A view of Crowsteps from the south Place Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, West Berkshire Description This very early Modern Movement house, dating from 1929, was designed by the architectural practice of Burnet, Tait & Lorne and the photograph of it forms part of a set taken for Sir John Burnet, one of the partners. The house, subsequently renamed The Haven, has been renovated and extended in the 2000s. Date 1929 Photographer: Henry Bedford Lemere, Bedford Lemere and Company


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BB87/01323 The staircase, Monkton House, West Dean, West Sussex   Date	1987 Photographer: Peter Williams

BB87/01323 The staircase, Monkton House, West Dean, West Sussex Date 1987 Photographer: Peter Williams

Crowsteps, Newbury (1929) by Thomas Tait. An early British Modernist house, designed by Scottish architect Thomas Tait. Tait designed many buildings with the firm of Burnet, Tait and Lorne, including the Royal Masonic Hospital.  Image from Heritage Explorer.

Crowsteps, Newbury (1929) by Thomas Tait. An early British Modernist house, designed by Scottish architect Thomas Tait. Tait designed many buildings with the firm of Burnet, Tait and Lorne, including the Royal Masonic Hospital. Image from Heritage Explorer.

BL30421/004 A view of Crowsteps from the south Place	Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, West Berkshire   Description	This very early Modern Movement house, dating from 1929, was designed by the architectural practice of Burnet, Tait & Lorne and the photograph of it forms part of a set taken for Sir John Burnet, one of the partners. The house, subsequently renamed The Haven, has been renovated and extended in the 2000s.  Date	1929    Photographer: Henry Bedford Lemere, Bedford Lemere and Company

BL30421/004 A view of Crowsteps from the south Place Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, West Berkshire Description This very early Modern Movement house, dating from 1929, was designed by the architectural practice of Burnet, Tait & Lorne and the photograph of it forms part of a set taken for Sir John Burnet, one of the partners. The house, subsequently renamed The Haven, has been renovated and extended in the 2000s. Date 1929 Photographer: Henry Bedford Lemere, Bedford Lemere and Company

ARI01/02/066 Chez Laurie, road house, on the Thanet Way, Kent.    Chez Laurie, built in 1935 operated as a nightclub for many years, but was demolished in the late 20th century. Beneath the image are plans and a description of finish and colour of the external render. This clipping is mounted in the 'Licensed Premises II' portfolio of clippings from the journal 'Architecture Illustrated'; a series of portfolios showing  modern architecture produced in the early to mid C20th.  Date	 c1935…

ARI01/02/066 Chez Laurie, road house, on the Thanet Way, Kent. Chez Laurie, built in 1935 operated as a nightclub for many years, but was demolished in the late 20th century. Beneath the image are plans and a description of finish and colour of the external render. This clipping is mounted in the 'Licensed Premises II' portfolio of clippings from the journal 'Architecture Illustrated'; a series of portfolios showing modern architecture produced in the early to mid C20th. Date c1935…

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