Coventry City Council, Coventry City Architect 's Department. Coventry City Architect's Department
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - general photographs consists of: 22 black and white photographic prints (9cm x 11.5cm) showing the first architectural model for the proposed redevelopment of the city centre. It was built by members of the Coventry City Architect's Department, under the direction of the City Architect Donald Gibson, during their spare time in, 1939 4 black and white photographic...
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - housing subseries consists of:
- material relating to the opening of the Canley Estate houses, 18 December 1941
- photographs of the Canley Estate,c1941
- press clippings and journal articles concerning Coventry's housing developments, 1940-1944
- plans for housing, a nursery and a panoramic view, c1940
Scope and Contents Collection of press clippings and articles concerning the redevelopment of Coventry. These appeared in a number of newspapers and journals including the Indian Forces newspaper "Contact", the "Coventry Herald" and "Illustrated". Authors include Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson and Frank Tilsley
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - proposed redevelopment plans consists of a set of 16 copy plans of the proposed redevelopment of Coventry. These cover a number of alternatives for the proposed redevelopment scheme: 5 plans (68cm x 70cm) at 1:2500 scale and are by the city architect, Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson. Each of these plans differs slightly and one is hand-coloured to match the integral redevelopment...
Scope and Contents This file contains a number of internal reports produced by the Coventry City Architectural and Planning Department. They include a history of the redevelopment of Coventry, reports to the Planning and Redevelopment Committee, a guide to architecture and planning in Coventry and a description of planned new housing at Willenhall Wood.
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Scope and Contents The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection consists of papers, plans, books, journals and photographs collected or created by him throughout the course of his career. These reflect both his employment situation, his involvement in professional organisations and educational bodies, his involvement in World Development issues and his general interest in architecture and planning. The collection contains material relating to: ...