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Multi Storey Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 14 pictures in our Multi Storey collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
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Minories Car Park JLP01_10_03414
Minories Car Park JLP01_10_03414
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Minories Car Park JLP01_08_083502
Minories Car Park JLP01_08_083502
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Minories Car Park JLP01_08_083081
Minories Car Park JLP01_08_083081
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Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082406
Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082406
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Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082405
Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082405
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Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082403
Minories Car Park JLP01_08_082403
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Concreting JLP01_08_082071
Concreting JLP01_08_082071
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First piece of parapet JLP01_08_081727
First piece of parapet JLP01_08_081727
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Curtain wall JLP01_08_081436
Curtain wall JLP01_08_081436
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Moulding the floor slab JLP01_08_080294
Moulding the floor slab JLP01_08_080294
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Rusticating fluted concrete JLP01_08_081191
Rusticating fluted concrete JLP01_08_081191
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Minories Car Park JLP01_10_03414 Featured Image

Minories Car Park JLP01_10_03414

Minories Car Park, 1 Shorter Street, City of London. Minories Car Park from the south east.
Laing built the Minories Car Park between July 1968 and December 1969. It was the ninth of fourteen large off-street car parks planned by the City of London in the 1950s to be completed. Flint for the exposed aggregate precast spandrel panels was carefully selected for a uniform colour and textured finish. Hemlock planks were used to give a textured finish to the exposed cast in-situ concrete walls, inspired by the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank. The hammered finish on the fluted concrete curtain wall was copied from the Elephant House at London Zoo. The building was 350 feet long and 110 feet wide with 5 parking levels, one below ground. It had spaces for 601 cars, and for 46 lorries or coaches on the ground floor

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Removing earlier foundations JLP01_08_079117
Removing earlier foundations JLP01_08_079117
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Injecting concrete JLP01_08_079538
Injecting concrete JLP01_08_079538
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock