Entrance Hall, Sheffield Town Hall BL13722
Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Interior of Sheffield Town Hall showing the entrance hall and grand staircase. The town hall was designed by E. W. Mountford. This photograph shows the grand staircase of the building with decorative planting supplied by the nurseries of Fisher, Son and Sibray, possibly in preparation for the opening of the town hall by Queen Victoria on May 21st 1897. Photographed by Henry Bedford Lemere.
Crystal Palace EPR003819
Crystal Palace, Sydenham, London. A catastrophic fire destroyed most of the building in November 1936. Brunel's water towers were still standing until they were demolished during the Second World War. Aerial view by Aeropictorial. Aerofilms Collection. 1937.
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Sainsbury Wing DP183694
Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Greater London. Completed in 1991, the Sainsbury Wing is the only work in Britain by Denise Scott-Brown and Robert Venturi, arguably the founders of Post-Modernism. After a controversial competition, Venturi, Scott-Brown and Associates were selected to design the extension, using Post-Modern devices in response to context. It was listed at Grade I in 2017.
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