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Modern Architecture Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our Modern Architecture collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


New church JLP01_10_51847
New church JLP01_10_51847
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Foyer JLP01_22_02_099
Foyer JLP01_22_02_099
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Breaktime JLP01_08_055338
Breaktime JLP01_08_055338
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School courtyard JLP01_08_055125
School courtyard JLP01_08_055125
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Baptist Chapel JLP01_10_19131
Baptist Chapel JLP01_10_19131
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Abbey Life Building JLP01_10_54204A
Abbey Life Building JLP01_10_54204A
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Baptist Chapel JLP01_08_083018
Baptist Chapel JLP01_08_083018
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Delivery JLP01_08_083042
Delivery JLP01_08_083042
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Barbican Centre JLP01_09_820695
Barbican Centre JLP01_09_820695
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Cascades DP183749
Cascades DP183749
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Juliet balcony DP183740
Juliet balcony DP183740
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Delivery JLP01_08_083042 Featured Image

Delivery JLP01_08_083042

Aylesbury Estate, Walworth, Southwark, Greater London. A lorry delivering precast concrete panels from Laing's factory in Andover to a block of flats on the Aylesbury Estate, built using the 12M Jespersen system.
In 1963, John Laing and Son Ltd bought the rights to the Danish industrialised building system for flats known as Jespersen (sometimes referred to as Jesperson). The company built factories in Scotland, Hampshire and Lancashire producing Jespersen prefabricated parts and precast concrete panels, allowing the building of housing to be rationalised, saving time and money. Laing's Southern Region started building the Aylesbury Estate in 1967. At the time it was the largest industrialised housing scheme ever undertaken by a London Borough, providing homes for more than 7000 people, comprising of low and high-rise linear blocks from four to fourteen-storeys high containing flats and maisonettes

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