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Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Set of copy architectural layout plans (75cm x 120 cm) by Ian Burke, Martin & Partners showing the possible comprehensive redevelopment of the University of Edinburgh Campus. These were originally fastened together. The plans at 1:500 scale include a block plan, upper shopping deck level, lower shopping deck level, mezzanine storage level, car park and road layout. A separate sheet shows a set of elevations with scenic drawings
Found in: University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / Percy Johnson-Marshall Associates / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area (1962) / University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area (1962): general maps and plans
Scope and Contents 5 copy perspective drawings (24cm x 37cm) of the proposed development at London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle. The drawings show the pedestrianised shopping areas and the multi-purpose office, shopping and entertainment development. The drawings are hand coloured. 2 are the same copy with differing hand colouring.
Scope and Contents Plans of London County Council Comprehensive development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle:
- CDA no 5 - Elephant and Castle, (1955)
- Elephant and Castle site no 1, (c1955)
- Elephant and Castle suggested block development and perspective sketches, (4 June 1951)
- perspective drawings, (c1955)
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 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 plans: tentative planning proposals: Arts and Social Sciences Precinct, (1964) plans: Arts Faculty Block D - William Robertson Building and David Hume Tower, (1964) plans: sketch layout of Windmill House area, (1964) plans: Podium edge details - blocks C, D and E, (1966) plans: Arts Faculty Block G feasibility study, (1965) ...
George Square Redevelopment: plans and drawings for Edinburgh University Main Library and Liverpool University Library, 1960-1967
Scope and Contents George Square Redevelopment: plans and drawings for Edinburgh University Main Library and Liverpool University Library consists of: set of plans, by Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson, entitled "University Library" consists of 12 plans and 5 elevations, mostly at 1/16 scale. There are 5 different versions of the site plan, floor plans for the lower ground, ground and second floor, 2 different versions of a...
Scope and Contents 3 copy pencil perspective drawings (38cm x 58cm) of the proposed University of Edinburgh Science Faculty Buildings, for 1st year students, at George Square in Edinburgh. These buildings were never constructed. One has pencil annotations of calculations.
Scope and Contents 5 reports concerning proposals for the redevelopment of George Square by the University of Edinburgh. Included is the 1963 proposal for the whole of George Square, by Percy Johnson-Marshall, in his capacity as Planning Consultant to the University. Original photographs of scenic drawings by Alexander Duncan Bell and an architectural model, used as illustrations for this report, are included. Other reports are: proposals for disabled access by Percy Johnson-Marshall & Associates, and...