Posts Tagged: Lutyens

Latz and Partner Proposal

‘Theatre of Memory’

by Matthew Steele Following the removal of the Peace Gardens and Ian Simpson’s controversial proposals for Library Walk and No 2 St. Peter’s Square, the dismantling of the Garden of Remembrance (1947-49) by Leonard Cecil Howitt, Manchester’s former City Architect,

Latz and Partner Proposal

‘Theatre of Memory’

by Matthew Steele Following the removal of the Peace Gardens and Ian Simpson’s controversial proposals for Library Walk and No 2 St. Peter’s Square, the dismantling of the Garden of Remembrance (1947-49) by Leonard Cecil Howitt, Manchester’s former City Architect,

Author's Pic

Garden of Remembrance

 by Matthew Steele Image photographed by the author. Laid out on the site of the James Wyatt’s Church of St. Peter, built 1788-1794 and demolished in 1907[1], the Garden of Remembrance was designed in 1947 by Manchester’s former City Architect,

Author's Pic

Garden of Remembrance

 by Matthew Steele Image photographed by the author. Laid out on the site of the James Wyatt’s Church of St. Peter, built 1788-1794 and demolished in 1907[1], the Garden of Remembrance was designed in 1947 by Manchester’s former City Architect,

cenotaph and midland hotel

Death and the monument

On Thursday 22nd of November, Manchester City Council approved the relocation of the Grade II* Cenotaph (Edwin Lutyens ,1924) from its current location in St.Peter’s Square. Eamonn Canniffe leads the Architecture Research Centre and the MA in Architecture + Urbanism

cenotaph and midland hotel

Death and the monument

On Thursday 22nd of November, Manchester City Council approved the relocation of the Grade II* Cenotaph (Edwin Lutyens ,1924) from its current location in St.Peter’s Square. Eamonn Canniffe leads the Architecture Research Centre and the MA in Architecture + Urbanism