Plate 39
New County Offices - North and South Blocks

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Hermione Hobhouse (general editor)

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1991

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'Plate 39: New County Offices - North and South Blocks', Survey of London Monograph 17: County Hall (1991), pp. 39. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118233 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Plate 39

New County Offices - North and South Blocks F. W. Hiorns and Giles Gilbert Scott, architects, 1935-9


a (above). Drawing by G. G. Scott for intended high-level bridge

c 1935 (p. 106)

a (above). Drawing by G. G. Scott for intended high-level bridge c 1935 (p. 106)


b. Model of the new offices in July 1935 showing Scott's preferred scheme with quadrant wings (p. 107)

b. Model of the new offices in July 1935 showing Scott's preferred scheme with quadrant wings (p. 107)


c. Drawing by G. G. Scott for the bronze windows in the two pavilion blocks

c. Drawing by G. G. Scott for the bronze windows in the two pavilion blocks


d. Perspective view of the intended new offices at night by Stanley H. Smith c. 1937

d. Perspective view of the intended new offices at night by Stanley H. Smith c. 1937