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Festival of Britain (1951)

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

London County Council Architect's Department: exhibitions, 1951-1959

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/D/5
Scope and Contents London County Council Architect's Department: exhibitions consists of:
  1. exhibition papers and photographs, (1951-1959)
  2. exhibition poster and plan, (c1951)
Dates: 1951-1959

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Lansbury Market, 1958-1959

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6d
Scope and Contents 2 copy plans (67cm x 103cm) by the North East Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. The plans show 2 different layouts for the market place in Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbourhood no 9). There is also a small scale elevation by the market's designer Sir Frederick Ernest Gibberd. This was the part of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the...
Dates: 1958-1959

Plans: South Bank interim development, 1951-1952

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/4.8.20
Scope and Contents 1 manuscript an 6 copy plans (75cm x 131cm) by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. The plans show the Interim Development for the South Bank Comprehensive Development Area. The manuscript plan is in ink on transparancy and shows a base map of the area at 1:500 scale. 2 of the copy plans are 1/2 size reductions of this plan - 1 with additional shading added to the original base plan, and some hand shading. The remainder...
Dates: 1951-1952

South Bank: Festival of Britain 1951 competition - "Design a restaurant for the South Bank", 1949

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/4.2
Scope and Contents Programme and schedule of requirements for an architectural competition, promoted by the Festival of Britain Office, to design a restaurant for London's South Bank as part of the London Festival of Britain 1951. The winning design would be included in London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 4: South Bank.
Dates: 1949