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RAMSGATE STATION (BRITISH RAIL)

...; Railway Station. 1924-6. The architect is thought to have been Edwin Maxwell Fry, chief assistant to J. R. Scott, Chief Architect to Southern Railways. Stock brick with terracotta details and...

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KENSAL HOUSE DAY NURSERY

... II* Day nursery. 1936-8. Maxwell Fry and Grey Wornum. Reinforced concrete. Day Nursery is sunken so that it has one storey to rear, but one storey plus mezzanine to the playground. Flat roof...

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MARGATE RAILWAY STATION

... to have been Edwin Maxwell Fry, chief assistant to J R Scott. Engineer A W Szlumper. Built of brown brick with stone dressings and hipped tiled roof. Comprises central tall booking hall flanked by...

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66 AND 68, OLD CHURCH STREET SW3

... II House, 1936, Walter Gropius and E Maxwell Fry. International Modern idiom. Concrete. Slate hanging and roughcast not original. One to three storeys. Flat roof. Main block three storeys, two...

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65, LADBROKE GROVE W11

... II Block of flats. 1938 by E Maxwell Fry with penthouse flat by R Myerscough Walker. Buff brick. L-shaped block, with short rear wing. Four storeys and penthouse. Horizontal access balcony to each...

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66-77, BROMLEY ROAD

...; HISTORY: Maxwell Fry was one of the pioneer designers of low-cost flats in the 1930s. This is the most important public housing development produced by Fry's practice in the post-war period. This is a rich...

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78-89, BROMLEY ROAD

.... HISTORY: Maxwell Fry was one of the pioneer designers of low-cost flats in the 1930s. This is the most important public housing development produced by Fry's practice in the post-war period. This...

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DENHAM FILM STUDIOS

... - II 1936 film studios by Walter Gropius and Maxwell Fry for Alexander Korda. White painted concrete with flat roofs. 2 sections. North end 3 storey, 7 window range with large 4-light metal windows...

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SUN HOUSE

... house. 1935-6. By Maxwell Fry. Reinforced concrete walls using wallboard shuttering. Flat roof. 3 storeys and roof terrace. Continuous strip windows...

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90-101, BROMLEY ROAD

... doors. HISTORY: Maxwell Fry was one of the pioneer designers of low-cost flats in the 1930s. This is the most important public housing developments produced by his practice in the post-war period...

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THE WOOD HOUSE

... II House. 1937 to the designs of Walter Gropius and Maxwell Fry. Important house of the International Modern style and the only known weather-boarded house in England by Gropius. Weather-boarded...

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1-65, BROMLEY ROAD

... the development is the specially designed street lighting attached to the walls of the block. HISTORY Maxwell Fry was one of the pioneer designers of low-cost flats in the 1930s. This is the...

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LITTLE WINCH

... fine. `Modern architecture is an attitude to life as much as to materials and wine would go into a bottle whatever it was made of' (Maxwell Fry, Architectural Sketches, 1973). Though originally seen as a...

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SASSOON HOUSE

... II Block of flats. 1934. By E Maxwell Fry; interior arrangements in collaboration with Elizabeth Denby. Outer walls of concrete with cork insulation inside. 2 rows of...

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KENSAL HOUSE

...) 19.3.81 GV II* Linked blocks of flats. 1936-8. Architects: F Maxwell Fry and Grey Wornum. Reinforced concrete. Two neat parallel blocks, the west one L-shaped...

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BRIDGWATER ARTS CENTRE

... rather than in London to recognise the event. Walter Gropius, Maxwell Fry and Le Corbusier attended. (Buildings of England: Pevsner N: South and West Somerset...

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VILLAGE COLLEGE

.... 1938-9 by Walter Gropius and E Maxwell Fry for Cambridgeshire County Council. Brick cross-wall construction, with some steel roof trusses, and steel framed assembly hall. External brick walls are faced...

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