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Domestic Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 10 pictures in our Domestic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Show flat JLP01_08_066124
Show flat JLP01_08_066124
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Arts and crafts lamp DP117231
Arts and crafts lamp DP117231
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Nurses sitting room JLP01_08_073772
Nurses sitting room JLP01_08_073772
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Kitchen diner JLP01_08_078256
Kitchen diner JLP01_08_078256
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Living Room JLP01_08_078252
Living Room JLP01_08_078252
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Nurses hostel JLP01_08_074883
Nurses hostel JLP01_08_074883
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Friends outside JLP01_08_072661
Friends outside JLP01_08_072661
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Kitchen interior JLP01_08_007482
Kitchen interior JLP01_08_007482
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Ruins Of The Old Halnaker House
Ruins Of The Old Halnaker House
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Fortified Tower
Fortified Tower
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Friends outside JLP01_08_072661 Featured Image

Friends outside JLP01_08_072661

Bearwood House, Bearwood Road, Smethwick, Sandwell, West Midlands. A young woman sitting in the lounge-diner of a flat at Bearwood House, waving to a friend outside.
Sectra was a French prefabricated steel formwork design for flats which John Laing and Son Ltd acquired the British rights to in 1962. It was a method of using precision-made steel formwork for the placing of structural concrete in tunnel sections in room unit widths and ceiling heights. The units were bolted together in rows on special tracks, with the concrete poured to form the walls and floors in one operation. The formwork was internally heated to accelerate the hardening of the concrete in the mould and the sections were then lifted into position by a tower crane on the construction site.
Bearwood House was built by Laing for Smethwick Borough County Council. The architects were K.R. Emmett, S. Greenwood, J.E. Hepburn and R.E. Philcock. Construction work started in 1965 and the building was opened on 25th January 1966. It has since been demolished

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