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Choose from 38 pictures in our Urban Landscape collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Burnley DES01_01_0497
Burnley DES01_01_0497
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Construction site JLP01_08_071887
Construction site JLP01_08_071887
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Crane at night JLP01_10_47313
Crane at night JLP01_10_47313
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Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016
Milton Keynes JLP01_09_792016
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Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
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Precast wall panels JLP01_08_069294
Precast wall panels JLP01_08_069294
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Three Bulls Head pub JLP01_14_00061
Three Bulls Head pub JLP01_14_00061
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Paternoster Square JLP01_08_066513
Paternoster Square JLP01_08_066513
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Paternoster Square JLP01_08_067632
Paternoster Square JLP01_08_067632
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National Indoor Arena JLP01_10_50519b
National Indoor Arena JLP01_10_50519b
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London Bridge City JLP01_10_24708
London Bridge City JLP01_10_24708
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London Bridge City JLP01_10_22757
London Bridge City JLP01_10_22757
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Paternoster Square JLP01_08_067632 Featured Image

Paternoster Square JLP01_08_067632

PATERNOSTER SQUARE, CITY OF LONDON. Looking north-east across the Paternoster development during its construction, showing completed blocks and some under construction including Sudbury House.
Work on the Paternoster development was carried out in a joint venture by John Laing Construction Limited, Trollope and Colls Limited, and George Wimpey and Company Limited. The scheme involved the redevelopment of a seven acre site on the north side of St Paul's Cathedral. The site had been almost entirely devastated during an incendiary raid in December 1940. The development consisted of a series of office blocks, a shopping precinct, an extensive piazza and a three-level car park. The various blocks were named after former Bishops of London. The tallest block was 18-storeys in height and was called Sudbury House. The three 10-storey blocks were Courtenay, Walden and Grendall Houses, and the five-storey blocks were Laud, Sheldon and Bancroft Houses

© Historic England Archive

London Bridge City JLP01_09_861504
London Bridge City JLP01_09_861504
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Durham JLP01_10_26726
Durham JLP01_10_26726
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Abseiling for charity JLP01_11_60750_01
Abseiling for charity JLP01_11_60750_01
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Abseiling for charity JLP01_11_60748_07
Abseiling for charity JLP01_11_60748_07
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Construction site JLP01_10_34876
Construction site JLP01_10_34876
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Lancashire Hill JLP01_08_077958
Lancashire Hill JLP01_08_077958
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Burnley DES01_01_0492
Burnley DES01_01_0492
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High viewpoint JLP01_11_60862_04
High viewpoint JLP01_11_60862_04
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Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b
Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b
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Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828
Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828
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Cranes JLP01_08_059832
Cranes JLP01_08_059832
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Look at the view JLP01_08_060386a
Look at the view JLP01_08_060386a
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Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828 Featured Image

Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828

Finsbury Avenue, Broadgate, City of London. A view towards the north west corner of the newly formed Finsbury Avenue Square showing the office buildings at numbers 1, 2 and 3 Finsbury Avenue.
The Finsbury Avenue complex was a three phase speculative office development by Rosehaugh Greycoat Estates in anticipation of the deregulation of the financial markets in 1986. It aimed to entice potential tenants in the financial services industry to a fringe area on the edge of the City through high quality design and construction. Designed by Peter Foggo of Arup Associates, Laing secured the management contract for the construction of each phase in turn. Work on phase one, 1 Finsbury Avenue began in December 1982 and was completed by September 1984 followed by phase two, 3 Finsbury Avenue, from October 1985 to December 1986 with work beginning on phase three, 2 Finsbury Avenue in January 1987 and complete by April 1988. The design for each of the three buildings followed a "shell and core" approach incorporating flexibility in the internal construction and allowing simple reconfiguration of space according to tenants needs. Laing undertook several contracts to refit office space in each of the buildings in subsequent years

© Historic England Archive

Supervising JLP01_08_060385
Supervising JLP01_08_060385
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Installing clerestory windows JLP01_08_062292
Installing clerestory windows JLP01_08_062292
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Repairing St Pauls JLP01_08_072866
Repairing St Pauls JLP01_08_072866
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Balcony JLP01_08_083353
Balcony JLP01_08_083353
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Eden Bridge, Carlisle JLP01_11_18547_07
Eden Bridge, Carlisle JLP01_11_18547_07
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RAF centenary flypast DP221356
RAF centenary flypast DP221356
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Ferrybridge Power Station DP221174
Ferrybridge Power Station DP221174
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Cascades DP183749
Cascades DP183749
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Weston Rise Estate DP183291
Weston Rise Estate DP183291
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Hidden spire DP165801
Hidden spire DP165801
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Broadcasting House DP177573
Broadcasting House DP177573
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Newcastle Gateshead UXC01_01_02_057_01
Newcastle Gateshead UXC01_01_02_057_01
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Installing clerestory windows JLP01_08_062292 Featured Image

Installing clerestory windows JLP01_08_062292

COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE, KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. A worker installing window frames in the clerestory between the central and outer roof sections of the exhibition hall at the Commonwealth Institute.
Laing built the Commonwealth Institute between October 1960 and October 1962 to replace the former Imperial Institute that was to be demolished to make way for new facilities at Imperial College. The building consisted of a four-storey administrative block housing a library, restaurant, board room and conference hall and a separate two-storey b lock containing a cinema with an art gallery above, but the focus of the project was the exhibition hall with its hyperbolic paraboloid roof, the first of its kind constructed in Great Britain. The exhibition, designed by James Gardner, provided spaces where each of the Commonwealth nations could showcase their achievements and characteristics, primarily to school children as teaching aids to enliven history and geography lessons.
The shell arch of the central roof section was of reinforced concrete, cast in situ using timber formwork with rough sawn boards to provide a textured internal surface whilst the four outer "warps" were constructed using precast beams and wood wool slabs, blocks of shredded timber bound together in a cement paste and left visible from the interior. The entire roof was then clad in copper sheeting over a layer of vermiculite. It covers an area of 33,700sqft, 183 feet square with the central section 93 feet square and ranges between 30ft high at its lowest and 80ft at the peaks

© Historic England Archive

Westminster JRU01_01_040
Westminster JRU01_01_040
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Stamford DAC01_03_003
Stamford DAC01_03_003
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