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    Tyne Tyne and Wear click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This library was built in 1962 3 using the latest ideas in design The saw tooth walls of the circular lending area allow natural light on to the side of the bookcases In 1965 is was awarded a RIBA Royal Institute British Architects Bronze Medal for its design Read

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    Ralph Erskine in 1969 71 It covers an area of around 200 acres and houses around 9 500 people The Byker Wall which varies from three to 12 stories high is the most well known part of the estate but there are also a lot of low rise and individual houses The outer Wall was designed to protect the rest of the development both from the wind and traffic pollution

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    This city centre development was built in 1969 It consisted of 184 flats three cafes or restaurants and thirteen shops Southampton City Corporation was one of the most enlightened builders of council housing in the post war period This is the finest of three estates developed by Lyons Israel Ellis and was carefully designed to fit a sensitive site close to the civic buildings which dominate the city centre The

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    to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A 1960s office block that was very controversial when it was built It was one of the most important speculative office developments of its period in Britain It was built between 1961 66 by Richard Seifert and Partners George Marsh was the designer The 35 storey tower block faces on to Charing Cross Road It has a

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    in 1965 7 in St Leonards Road It was built from reinforced concrete with timber cladding to the balconies and an asphalt flat roof It contained 136 one and two bedroomed flats and ten maisonettes arranged on 26 floors The homes are linked to a detached service tower by corridors at every third floor The tower contained lifts rubbish chutes laundry rooms and had a boiler and chimneys on the

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    County Council Architect s Department Housing Division They were based on a reinforced concrete frame put up on site and clad in grey brickwork to reflect local house styles They were the first public housing in Britain to have mechanically ventilated lavatories and bathrooms and the first high housing to be centrally heated The blocks each had different patterned tilework at the entrance so they could be told apart The

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    Lillington Gardens Westminster Greater London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This block of sixteen three bedroom flats two one bedroom flats and two bedsits is part of the Lillington Gardens Estate The estate was designed in 1961 by John Darbourne The design is based on the nearby Church of St James the Less with its striking Victorian red brick Phase 1 was built in 1964 8 by Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke for Westminster City Council Lillington was the first low rise high density public housing scheme to be built It proved that low rise flats with an interesting design could accommodate the same number of people per acre density as tower blocks It influenced the style of council housing from the mid 1960s until the early 1980s The scheme won many awards including a Ministry of Housing and Local Government award for good design in 1970 The scheme provided homes for around 2 000 people with a high proportion provided for older people There were also pubs shops doctors a community hall and a library Before the estate was built this part of Pimlico was mainly older terraced

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    on 17 acres of land with a density of 192 people per acre The unit per flat cost was 2 800 each The scheme included 31 shops 4 pubs a laundry boiler house a rubbish disposal system and garages Access to the flats was via decks wide enough for a milk float They were planned as streets in the sky a way of recreating the community spirit of traditional streets

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