University of Liverpool (1881-:)
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Scope and Contents Wall timetable for studio work for all 5 years of the Diploma in Architecture at the Liverpool School of Architecture for the academic year 1934-1935. Percy Johnson-Marshall was in the fourth year of the Diploma at this time.
Dates: 1934-1935; 1934-1935
Scope and Contents Architectural drawings (65cm x 98cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall undertaken whilst a student at the University of Liverpool Department of Civic Design. These are competition drawings entitled "Design for an ice-rink". The design is presented as three sheets of drawings; one with plans, one with sections and axonometric drawings and one with elevations and site-plans. They are drawn in pencil. The drawings are accompanied by a critique of the plans.
Scope and Contents Diploma in Architecture - student assignments series consists of:
- first year assignments, 1931-1932
- second year assignments, 1932-1933
- third year assignments, 1933-1934
- fourth year assignments, 1934-1935
- fifth year assignments, 1935-1936
- thesis design: an aircraft factory for Liverpool, 1935-1936
Scope and Contents Fifth year assignments consists of drawings for assessed architectural assignments, undertaken by Percy Johnson-Marshall as a fifth year student on the Diploma of Architecture at the University of Liverpool. prospectus for Liverpool School of Architecture, University of Liverpool, 1935-1936 "A dam", 1935-1936 "A house for myself", 1935-1936 "Architects in the...
Scope and Contents City planning maps, plans and studies by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a student studying for the Certificate in Civic Design at the University of Liverpool, for his final project entitled "Newcastle-under-Lyme planning project". This project was submitted as the Town Planning Institute final exam. There are 4 plans: one detail (48cm x 48cm), one land-use plan, overlaid on an Ordnance Survey 6 inch to 1 mile plan with accompanying legend, and a blank Ordnance Survey plan at 6 inches...
Scope and Contents Design for a wayside shrine: a perspective drawing (52cm x 73cm), with elevation and layout plan, drawn in pencil with crayon and paintwork. This was undertaken by Percy Johnson-Marshall as an assessed piece of work while a first year student on the Diploma of Architecture at the University of Liverpool.
Scope and Contents Fourth year assignments consists of drawings for assessed architectural assignments, undertaken by Percy Johnson-Marshall as a fourth year student on the Diploma of Architecture at the University of Liverpool. Wall timetable for the University of Liverpool architecture courses, 1934-1935 "A shop and offices", 1934-1935 "A memorial to horses", 1934-1935 "A...
Scope and Contents Architectural drawings (68cm x 132cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a student at the Liverpool School of Architecture, for the "HW Williams Prize" competition administered by the Liverpool Architectural Society. The design is for a church, to be constructed in concrete, and is presented as 5 sheets of mixed drawings in pencil and ink with a watercolour wash.
HW Williams prize for the promotion of architectural design in concrete: a bus station for Liverpool, 1936
Scope and Contents Black and white photographic prints (20cm x 30cm) of architectural drawings by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a student at the Liverpool School of Architecture. The drawings are designs for "a bus station for Liverpool" and won the HW Williams prize for the promotion of architectural design in concrete in 1936. This was administered by the Liverpool Architectural Society. The design is presented as 3 sheets, one perspective drawing in pencil and water-colour, one sheet of plans with...
Scope and Contents Architectural drawings (70cm x 100cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a fourth year student at the Liverpool School of Architecture, for the John Lewis Partnership Prize, 1935. The drawings are of the subject "a living-room with dining recess and a sun-terrace". There is one axonometric drawing, and one sheet of plans, sections and technical specifications which are painted. There is also a sheet of pencil furniture designs. In addition there are press clippings...