Prize competitions

Scope and Content

Prize competitions series consists of:

  • "HW Williams Prize -design for a church",  1935-1936
  • Owen Jones Studentship - design for a nursery,  1936
  • Honan Scholarship - design for a riverside café,  1937
  • competition for a glasshouse,  1937
  • design for an ice-rink,  1937
  • HW Williams Prize for the Promotion of Architectural Design in Concrete - a bus station for Liverpool,  1936

Administrative / Biographical History

While studying for both the Diploma in Architecture and the Certificate in Civic Design at the University of Liverpool, Percy Johnson-Marshall entered architectural designs for a number of prize competitions, in addition to his course work. On two occasions he entered as a partnership, once with his brother Stirrat Johnson-Marshall and once with a colleague JH Parker. He was successful in winning the HW Williams Prize for the Promotion of Architectural Design in Concrete also in 1936  for his design of a "Bus station for Liverpool".

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