Building    From 2003 

Bridge of Aspiration

Categories: Architecture

A high level link between the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet School. Designed by Flint & Neill and Buro Happold with WilkinsonEyre.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Bridge of Aspiration

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Bridge of Aspiration

{Beneath the crest of the Royal Ballet School:} The Bridge of Aspiration, the...

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James Edmeston

James Edmeston

Architect and prolific writer of church hymns (nearly 2000!). Born Wapping. Died Homerton where he was a church warden at St. Barnabas.

Person, Architecture, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
John Loughborough Pearson

John Loughborough Pearson

Born Durham. Mainly designed church buildings, notably Truro Cathedral.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Haberdashers Place

Haberdashers Place

Built on green fields in 1802. Destroyed by enemy action on 11th May 1941 and re-built in 1952, architect Terence C. Page.

Building, Architecture

2 memorials
Sir Charles James Freake

Sir Charles James Freake

Architect, builder and patron of the arts.

Person, Architecture, Benefactor, Property

1 memorial
John Young & Son

John Young & Son

Architects active in 1862. Our picture is of John Young, 1797-1877, and the picture source says "Mr Young's eldest son, also called John Young, was to become a successful architect/surveyor in his ...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial