Public Buildings and Spaces continued

Religious buildings

Industrial buildings

Educational buildings

Public facilities


Public libraries

Theatres and cinemas

Transport buildings


Sports facilities

Public Facilities continued

The construction of London Court, modeled on a Tudor building, by Claude de Bernales in the mid 1930s represented an attempt to create a public space which was both a thoroughfare and a shopping precinct. 

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