Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = PJM
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Comprehensive development areas: South Bank consists of: planning correspondence and papers, (1954-1955) Festival of Britain 1951 competition - "Design a restaurant for the South Bank", (1949) drawings, (c1954) press clippings, (1953-1960) hotel site particulars, (1954) photographs, (1954-1961) South Bank...
Scope and Contents 18 copy plans (58cm x 58cm) by Russell Diplock Associates and Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners forming a tender portfolio for a site at Prince's Meadows on London's South Bank. The tender is for a complex which would incorporate a number of leisure facilities including an hotel, a theatre, a conference hall, a bowling alley, cinema, restaurants and an art school. This building was never built and the site is now occupied by the National Theatre. The portfolio comprises a cover, 11...
Scope and Contents Set of 5 mixed manuscript and copy plans (39cm x 76cm) by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council Architect's Department. The plans show the proposed permanent development for the South Bank in London, which includes the National Theatre, the Royal Festival Hall, a hotel, a science centre, an airport terminal and office buildings. The plans are at 1:2500 scale and are intended for reduction to half size for an article in the Journal of the Royal...
Scope and Contents 3 files of black and white photographic prints relating to the redevelopment of London's South Bank through the London County Council Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 4: South Bank. The photographs consist of: 15 prints (20cm x 25cm) of the Hayward Gallery and the National Film Theatre. The majority of these are of an architectural model. 3 show the interior of the National Film Theatre post construction and...
Scope and Contents Press pack produced by the Greater London Council for the opening of the South Bank Arts Centre in London, which was created as part of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 4: South Bank. The Arts Centre, part of the South Bank Permanent Development, incorporated arts organisations such as the Royal Festival Hall, the National Film Theatre and the Hayward Gallery. The press pack includes glossy information leaflets on the buildings' design and construction, press releases and...