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Edinburgh (Scotland)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Arts Faculty Block D - William Robertson Building and David Hume Tower, 1964

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.5.2
Scope and Contents 9 copy architectural plans (60cm x 85cm), formerly stapled together, showing interior detail and podium plans for the University of Edinburgh Arts Faculty Block D (later the William Robertson Building and David Hume Tower). In addition there is a sheet of pencil and tracing paper draft sections undertaken by Percy Johnson Marshall & Associates.

Arts Faculty Block G feasibility study, 1965

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.5.5
Scope and Contents 20 copy architectural plans (60cm x 85cm) by Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners showing a feasibility study for the University of Edinburgh Faculty of Arts Block G which was never built. There are floor plans and block plans for both phase I and phase II at podium and subpodium level all at 1/16" to 1' scale. There are also parking plans and a site plan.

George Square Redevelopment: faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, plans, 1964-1966

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.5
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: reports, 1960-1973

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.3
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...

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 1962

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/1.8.16
Scope and Contents Set of 7 copy plans relating to traffic flow and parking planning for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, at its now vacated Lauriston Place location. One plan is subtitled "Proposed site layout" and has no additions. Plans entitled "Outline Block Plan Scheme 1" and "Outline Block Plan 2" have pencil additions showing changes to building layout, on-site roadways and traffic flow directions. The remainder of the plans show detailed traffic flow proposals, and resultant changes to road lay-out in...

Sketch layout of Windmill House area, 1964

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.5.3
Scope and Contents Copy of sketch layout plan at 1/16" = 1" of the area surrounding Windmill House, near George Square at the University of Edinburgh. The house was to be demolished to facilitate the construction of the new Arts Faculty buildings.

Tentative planning proposals: Arts and Social Sciences Precinct, 1964

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/6.5.1
Scope and Contents Set of 9 copy architectural plans and sections (62cm x 76cm), at 1:500 scale, of the proposed Arts and Social Sciences Precinct for the University of Edinburgh. All are stamped "draft for discussion only". 4 are hand overlaid using large-tip felt-tip pens to show proposals for pedestrian and traffic access and circulation at different levels of the development. 1 is similarly overlaid to show phasing information at podium level. There is a bird's eye view 3 dimensional view of the development....

University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area: feasibility studies of miscellaneous areas, 1971-1979

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/14.1
Scope and Contents Six reports, by three different consultants: Percy Johnson-Marshall & Associates, Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners and the University of Edinburgh Architecture Research Unit. Five concern feasibility studies for possible development of miscellaneous sites within the University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area. Locations considered are the Appleton Tower in George Square, the High School Yards site, the Buccleuch Church site, the Empire Theatre site and the Empire...

University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area: miscellaneous areas, 1960-1979

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/B/14
Scope and Contents University of Edinburgh Comprehensive Development Area: miscellaneous areas consists of:
  1. feasibility studies of miscellaneous areas, (1971-1979)
  2. plans of miscellaneous areas, (1960-1970)