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Show flat JLP01_08_066124 Featured 2022 Image

Show flat JLP01_08_066124

Darnhill, Heywood, Rochdale. The living and dining room in the Sectra show flat at Heywood.
This Sectra show flat was on the first floor of a 13-storey block and was completed 13 weeks after the first Sectra formwork unit had been lifted into position. The flat was one of 51 two-bedroom and 12 bed-sitting room flats contained in each block. The flat was furnished for the occasion with Brian Amos carrying out the decor. An article on the show flat describing it as the first Sectra flat to be opened was published in August 1963 in Laing's monthly newsletter Team Spirit'. The exact location of the site shown has not been recorded in the negative register but it is believed to be the Darnhill Estate

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Hospital at night JLP01_10_26669 Featured 2022 Image

Hospital at night JLP01_10_26669

West Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, West Dorset. A night time view showing part of West Dorset County Hospital fronting an internal courtyard, with the glazed facade of the main stairwell lit up from within.
In the early 1980s plans were developed for a modern hospital to replace the old Dorchester Hospital, at a new site to the west of the town centre. A joint venture of Laing's South West Region and Haden Young Limited were responsible for Phase I of the construction project, which was to provide 149 beds and included maternity and geriatric units, two operating theatres and a pathology and X-ray department. Phase I on the north part of the new site was completed in the late 1980's under the name West Dorset County Hospital. When Phase II on the south part of the site was completed in the mid 1990s, the whole site became known as Dorset County Hospital

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Atrium floor JLP01_09_920256 Featured 2022 Image

Atrium floor JLP01_09_920256

Vintners Place, Upper Thames Street, Queenhithe, City of London. An elevated view looking through the archway at the north end of the galleria at Vintners Place showing the marble floor of the open atrium.
Laing undertook the £79m management contract for the construction of a 37,000sqm high quality office development at Vintners Place between March 1989 and December 1992. Work on site began in June 1989 with the demolition of 10 buildings including Vintry House and Kennet Wharf on the riverside. The listed facade of Thames House along Queen Street Place was preserved and incorporated into the development. The project was the first within the City of London in modern times permitted to reclaim land from the Thames foreshore for its riverside facade. Vintners Place won an Interiors Special Award at the 1993 Natural Stone Awards for the variety in the design and types of marble used for the floors. They incorporated designs from St Peter's and other churches designed by Bernini in Rome

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