Johnson-Marshall, Stirrat, 1912-1981 (architect)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Plans relating to Willesden Borough Council consists of: Percy Road School, Kilburn, proposed alterations and additions (6 plans), 1938 nursery school at Curzon Crescent, NW10 (4 plans), 1937 house at Ridge, Herts (2 plans), 1937 Municipal Hospital: extension to existing nurses home (1 plan), 1938 Wesley Road School: proposed gymnasium and...
Scope and Contents Prize competitions series consists of: "HW Williams Prize -design for a church", 1935-1936 Owen Jones Studentship - design for a nursery, 1936 Honan Scholarship - design for a riverside café, 1937 competition for a glasshouse, 1937 design for an ice-rink, 1937 HW Williams Prize for the Promotion of Architectural Design in...
Scope and Contents Architectural drawings (68cm x 102cm) by Percy Johnson-Marshall undertaken whilst a student at the University of Liverpool Department of Civic Design in conjunction with his brother Stirrat Johnson-Marshall. These were for the "Honan Scholarship" competition. The design is for a riverside café and is presented as three sheets; one site plans, one with sections and elevations and one with plans. The drawings are monotone in pencil and ink.
Fonds — Multiple Containers
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: ...
Scope and Contents The assignments completed, and papers collected, by Percy Johnson-Marshall while a student at the University of Liverpool consist of: Diploma in Architecture - student assignments, 1931-1936 Certificate in Civic Design - student assignments, 1935-1937 entries for Prize competitions, 1936-1937 Miscellaneous University of Liverpool student...
Scope and Contents Papers, plans and photographs collected by Percy Johnson-Marsahll while employed as Assistant Architect at Willesden Borough Council consists of: papers concerning proposals, tenders and specifications for for new buildings, 1930-1938 plans for a variety of local council buildings, 1936-1938 photographs of a variety of local council buildings, 1935-1938 ...