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Architecture Collection: Cinemas

Cinemas Collection
90 Items

Architecture Collection: Details

Details Collection
148 Items

Architecture Collection: Follies

Follies Collection
22 Items

Architecture Collection: Georgian Architecture

Georgian Architecture Collection
118 Items

Architecture Collection: High Streets

High Streets Collection
142 Items

Architecture Collection: Interiors

Interiors Collection
309 Items

Architecture Collection: Medieval Architecture

Medieval Architecture Collection
240 Items

Architecture Collection: Millennium projects

Millennium projects Collection
18 Items

Architecture Collection: Modern Architecture

Modern Architecture Collection
363 Items

Architecture Collection: New Towns

New Towns Collection
57 Items

Architecture Collection: Norman Architecture

Norman Architecture Collection
32 Items

Architecture Collection: Religious Architecture

Religious Architecture Collection
274 Items

Architecture Collection: Tudor and Stuart Architecture

Tudor and Stuart Architecture Collection
175 Items

Architecture Collection: Victorian Architecture

Victorian Architecture Collection
157 Items

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Broadcasting House DP177573

Broadcasting House DP177573
Langham Place, Marylebone, City of Westminster, Greater London. General view of Langham Place from the south, showing All Souls Church between Broadcasting House and its new John Peel Wing

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Right Round House EFC01_01_05_008_29114

Right Round House EFC01_01_05_008_29114
RIGHT ROUND HOUSE, Veryan Green, VERYAN, CORNWALL. The Right Round House, viewed from the south-west. The Right and East Round Houses were built in around 1820 by Hugh Rowe for the Reverend Jeremiah

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Back-to-back houses EFC01_01_05_032_56925

Back-to-back houses EFC01_01_05_032_56925
Chapel Street, Headingley, Leeds. The front of 6-14 Chapel Street seen from the south-east. These gritstone houses were originally built in the mid-19th century as part of two terraces of

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Initial design for the Phoenicia BL29390

Initial design for the Phoenicia BL29390
The Phoenicia Hotel, Valetta, Malta. A photographic reproduction of an architect's drawing of a proposed hotel in Malta. This hotel, designed by Claude W Ferrier, was probably never built

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Vicars Close EFC01_01_05_032_61944

Vicars Close EFC01_01_05_032_61944
Vicars Close, Wells, Mendip, Somerset. A mid-14th century terrace of houses with 15th century chimney shafts in Vicars Close

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Semi-detached houses EFC01_01_05_029_29586

Semi-detached houses EFC01_01_05_029_29586
Craigmore, Woodlands, Combe Martin, Combe Martin, North Devon, Devon. The front elevation of the Edwardian semi-detached houses known as Craigmore and Ellesmere, viewed from Woodlands

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Cascades EFC01_01_05_015_47249

Cascades EFC01_01_05_015_47249
Cascades, Westferry Road, Isle of Dogs, Tower Hamlets, Greater London. The east elevation of Cascades, a Post-Modern tower block with a sloping profile on the Isle of Dogs

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Cottage door EFC01_01_05_026_60353

Cottage door EFC01_01_05_026_60353
Benwick Cottage, Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, Dorset. Two red folding chairs outside the open front door of Benwick Cottage

Background imageArchitecture Collection: Mock Tudor EFC01_01_05_015_26279

Mock Tudor EFC01_01_05_015_26279
Clifton Court, Maida Vale, Maida Vale, City of Westminster, Greater London. The entrance and front elevation of 37-46 Clifton Court, a mock Tudor block of flats in Maida Vale

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