Black and white photographic prints (20cm x 30cm) of architectural drawings by Percy Johnson-Marshall, undertaken whilst a student at the Liverpool School of Architecture. The drawings are designs for "a bus station for Liverpool" and won the HW Williams prize for the promotion of architectural design in concrete in 1936 . This was administered by the Liverpool Architectural Society. The design is presented as 3 sheets, one perspective drawing in pencil and water-colour, one sheet of plans with a site plan and one sheet of elevations and an axonometric drawing. The photographs are inscribed on the back with information concerning Percy Johnson-Marshall's success. The photographs are accompanied by a press-clipping from the Liverpool Daily Post dated 12 November 1936 reporting on the winning entry.
HW Williams prize for the promotion of architectural design in concrete: a bus station for Liverpool
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