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https://flic.kr/p/oadA9J | "Westminster Regained" - illustrations by Gordon Cullen, c1949 - Parliament Square and cafe | These are a series of illustrations from a c1949 article on the potential for redeveloping the area around the Palace of Westminster and Parliament Square. They're very much of the time - post-WW2 planning and style, with a hint of what is known as 'Festival of Britain' (this was to be staged in 1951) and I suppose, to our eyes today, the proposed architecture could look…

"Westminster Regained" - illustrations by Gordon Cullen, - Parliament Square and cafe

From Gordon Cullen's critique of 'prairie planning' in the post-war new towns - still relevant today

From Gordon Cullen's critique of 'prairie planning' in the post-war new towns - still relevant today

The Club of Compulsive Readers: Gordon Cullen's The Concise Townscape (El Paisaje Urbano)

The Club of Compulsive Readers: Gordon Cullen's The Concise Townscape (El Paisaje Urbano)

The Concise Townscape, 1961, by Gordon Cullen

- Space the picturesque garden influenced the spatial design of urban settings. Called, "townscapes" the design driver emphasized the experiential spatial qualities through towns. from The Concise Townscape, by Gordon Cullen

1951 August: South Bank Translated by Gordon Cullen | Archive Hierarchie tussen verschillende schalen + wat heeft een mens nodig: kleine straten, steegjes, lanen,... naast de basisbehoeften (eten, drinken, sex,...)

English architect, designer, and influencer of the Townscape movement, Cullen presents the planning principles of which the South Bank exhibition was so triumphant before the permanent redevelopment of the area was undertaken

A detail of the Coventry Mural designed by Gordon Cullen, now situated in the Lower Precinct, Coventry

A detail of the Coventry Mural designed by Gordon Cullen, now situated in the Lower Precinct, Coventry - The Jackfield Conservation Studio

Perspective section Gordon Cullen. Architectural Review, November 1955

RNDRD is a frequently-updated partial index of architectural drawings and models scanned from design publications throughout the century.

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