Architecture, Designs and Plans
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = PJM
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents London County Council: Architect's Department consists of:
- Administrative County of London Development Plan, 1951, (1945-1958)
- planning manuals and methodologies, (1940s-1959)
- staffing issues, (1945-1959)
- general work, (1944-1964)
- exhibitions, (1951-1959)
- sociological reports, (1951-1957)
Scope and Contents Copy Ordnance Survey plan 1:1250 scale mosaic (100cm x 111cm) of the Barbican area of London from 1916 with possible new buildings for the redevelopment of the area overdrawn in blue pencil.
Scope and Contents 7 copy plans (69cm x101cm) by the North East Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Division showing plans for the redevelopment of Caledonian Market in London. There are 3 alternative suggested layout plans at 1:1250 scale with hand colouring; an architectural plan of the abattoir in Maiden Lane at 1' to 32" scale; a hand coloured 1:1250 Ordnance Survey plan of the area hand coloured to show land-use (no legend attached), a 1:2500 Ordnance Survey plan marked...
Scope and Contents Copy architectural plan (64cm x 132cm) by the North East Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department showing the layout of a proposed riverside development at Blackfriars in London at 44' to 1" scale.
Dates: 26 November 1957
Scope and Contents 4 copy plans relating to the redevelopment of the Barbican Comprehensive Development Area in London. "Barbican 27 storey building Moor Lane" (38cm x 51cm) - layout plan is at 44' to 1" scale, 1958 "Annex B" (55cm x 70cm) - a plan with a numbered index to sites and their areas according to the development plan at 88' to 1" scale, January 1956 "Barbican Area" (50cm x 76cm) -...
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...
Found in: Edinburgh University Library Special Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / London County Council / London County Council: Comprehensive Development Areas / Comprehensive Development Areas: Stepney / Poplar / Stepney / Poplar: Lansbury Neighbourhood / Lansbury Neighbourhood: plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood