Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Papers on McKenna's London house, designed by Edwin Lutyens, including: architectural plans; correspondence on ground rent and land tax; correspondence with Lutyens and contractors on building specifications and budgets; architect's fees; accounts for electrical work; payments to contractors.
Architects Registration Bill.
Building Design Magazine: "Winston's World: revisiting Sheppard Robson's Churchill College, Cambridge and an exclusive look at 6A architects' proposed courtyard block", 2009-02
Illustrated article by Peter Davey about the architecture of the college and Møller Centre and 6A Architects' proposals for a new court at Churchill College.
This series of papers covers a wide range of issues in relation to the founding of the college, and includes photographs.
Speaking notes for an illustrated lecture given by Elain Harwood, an architectural historian from English Heritage, about the architect's competition to build Churchill College. Harwood sets the competition for Churchill College in the broader context of buildings for higher education and discusses the organisation of the competition, selection of architects and other work by the competitors. Also includes invitation and covering letter from Sir David Wallace, Master.
Published by the Development Office for the College's 50th anniversary, the illustrated guide by Mark Goldie is an information resource about the College and contains an account of what is distinctive about Churchill plus a description of the buildings and fabric, works of art on display.
Correspondence and plans for a house for McKenna's son in Ingram Avenue, Hampstead Garden Suburb [London] with correspondents including Sir Edwin Lutyens and John Soutar.
Correspondence, mainly on constructing a new road and on the lease for McKenna's house in Sussex, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Also includes notes on reducing costs.
Correspondence on subjects including furnishings, the water supply and the gates for McKenna's house in Sussex, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Also includes detailed accounts for furnishings and architect's fees.
Correspondence, mainly with representatives of the Goodwood Estate Company, on building McKenna's house in Sussex, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Also includes a history of the original ruined building, with photographs and a report on its condition; fireplace designs; building plans; estate plans; sketches for a proposed lodge; accounts.
Correspondence on subjects including bills, the bell turret, wallpapers, the lodge, the terrace, garden and music room of McKenna's house in Sussex, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Correspondence on subjects including the bills, lodge gate and drive for McKenna's house in Sussex, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Also includes detailed accounts for curtains, carpets etc, for building works and for the drive.
Copy of the Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Volume 42, Third Series, Number 6 including Fyfe's article. He was the first holder of the Florence Bursary.
Letter to Dr Myers from T. G. Jackson enclosing plans (not here extant) for the new building to show to the Syndicate, 19101202
Including correspondence, some photographs of building works, and ancillary documents re tendering, contracts and building work
Audio tapes and typescript summaries of interviews with architects, engineers and other people who worked with or knew Ove Arup.
Pencil sketches of church architecture, with copies of epitaphs and other matter in hand of Thomas Blore, 1800 (Circa)
Pedigrees and other papers relating to Derbyshire and other counties, many being transcripts or extracts from church registers, the Domesday Book and manuscripts in the British Library and Public Record Office. The papers were written or compiled by Thomas Blore, unless otherwise indicated.
These are flat (or rolled) plans as distinct from those folded and boxed with other documents relating to the relevant building.
Much of the manuscript material is in a calligraphic hand, probably that of Gavin Stamp, and has been decorated with scrolls and cartouches.
Includes travel diaries and correspondence with family, friends and colleagues. Also included are numerous photographs and negatives of European churches and architectural features.
The collection reflects Sir Ove's commitment to his philosophy of "Total design". It was his desire that architects and engineers should work together more closely, so that they could approach the problems of the Built Environment from a united standpoint. The papers fall into 10 sections, and include examples of project work, published articles and architectural plans.
Architectural notes and sketches.