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Archive: HT Cadbury-Brown's Royal College of Art

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The Royal College of Art was the most important building completed by HT Cadbury-Brown, who died earlier this week. Here is the original building study from the October 1962 edition of the AJ’s sister magazine, the Architectural Review

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RCA AR by H T Cadbury-Brown, 1962 OCT 244

RCA AR by H T Cadbury-Brown, 1962 OCT 244

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 244B 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 244B 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 244C 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 244C 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 245

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 245

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 246 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 246 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 247 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 247 370

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 248

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT 248

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT p249

RCA by H T Cadbury-Brown AR 1962 OCT p249

 

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