Plate 76

Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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'Plate 76', in Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area, (London, 1975) pp. 76. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol38/plate-76 [accessed 11 April 2024]

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a (right). Imperial College in 1973: range for Biochemistry (right background, 1962–5) and Chemistry (left of centre, 1968– 1970), by Architects Copartnership, from north-east (p. 247)

Figure 76a:

Imperial College in 1972–3.

a (right). Imperial College in 1973: range for Biochemistry (right background, 1962–5) and Chemistry (left of centre, 1968– 1970), by Architects Copartnership, from north-east (p. 247)

b (below left). Imperial college in 1972: tower of Imperial Institute from south-west, with buildings of 1960–9 by Norman and Dawbarn, architects, behind (PP. 227, 247)

Figure 76b:

Imperial College in 1972–3.

Imperial college in 1972: tower of Imperial Institute from south-west, with buildings of 1960–9 by Norman and Dawbarn, architects, behind (PP. 227, 247)

c (below right). Royal College of Art, front block, 1960–2, in 1973.

Figure 76c:

Royal College of Art in 1973.

Royal College of Art, front block, 1960–2, in 1973.

H. T. Cadbury-Brown in association with Sir Hugh Casson and R. Y. Goodden, architects(P. 260)