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https://flic.kr/p/ecv4SY | Odeon Burnley 1937 | The Odeon Burnley built in 1937 by Architects Rosenfield and Bullivant with seating for more than 2000 people with its excellent "Fin Tower" design (EH Archive Image)

The Odeon Burnley built in 1937 by Architects Rosenfield and Bullivant with seating for more than 2000 people with its excellent "Fin Tower" design (EH Archive Image)

Tower of St Joseph's | The concrete tower of St Joseph's Church Le Harve is 107 meters high by Architect August Perret. Built between 1951-1957

The concrete tower of St Joseph's Church Le Harve is 107 meters high by Architect August Perret.

The Tower of Bridgewater Place in Leeds completed in 2007 by architects Aedas

As outlandish proposals to tame Leeds’ lethal wind-tunnel tower are unveiled, we look at how architects have dealt with other epic fails

https://flic.kr/p/ecprpp | Odeon Hackney 1938 | The Odeon at Hackney Road, Hackney London 1938. by Architect Andrew Mather had seating for just under 2000. (EH Archive Image)

The Odeon at Hackney Road, Hackney London by Architect Andrew Mather had seating for just under (EH Archive Image)

Odeon Reading 1936

The Odeon Reading built in 1936 seating for 1704 people By Architects A.Starkey and F.

Maltravers House | Maltravers House in Yeovil, Somerset. built in 1969 for Yeovil Town Council  and now mostly let out as private offices. The building has undergone recent refurbishment by architects Boon-Brown and the facade has been clad in CADISCH Expanded Aluminium which gives it a modern appearance.

Maltravers House | Maltravers House in Yeovil, Somerset. built in 1969 for Yeovil Town Council and now mostly let out as private offices. The building has undergone recent refurbishment by architects Boon-Brown and the facade has been clad in CADISCH Expanded Aluminium which gives it a modern appearance.

NVCL - 2012 The North Vancouver City Library (Canada) by CEI Architectural Planning & Diamond Schmitt Architects

Odeon Warley 1934 | The Odeon at Warley (opened in 1934)  by Architect T.Cecil Howitt. whose original tower plans was for one twice the height of the finished building. This cinema opened as The Warley in 1934 and was badged as an Odeon in 1936. Image courtesy of English Heritage. Sadly the building was demolished in 1973

Odeon Warley 1934 | The Odeon at Warley (opened in 1934) by Architect T.Cecil Howitt. whose original tower plans was for one twice the height of the finished building. This cinema opened as The Warley in 1934 and was badged as an Odeon in 1936. Image courtesy of English Heritage. Sadly the building was demolished in 1973

Picture House Salisbury 1945 | The "Gaumont Palace""Picture House" in Salisbury Architect W.E.Trent. had 1675 seats. Renamed "Gaumont" in 1937 and Renamed again as "Odeon" in 1964 Converted into a triple in 1972. now demolished (Archive Image) Fragments remain in the form of one of the round brick pillars.

The "Gaumont Palace""Picture House" in Salisbury Architect W. had 1675 seats. Renamed "Gaumont" in 1937 and Renamed again as "Odeon" in 1964 Converted into a triple in now demolished (Archive Image)

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