The pier is a contemporary addition to the seaside town of Hastings. Recently rebuilt after the original was lost to fire, the new pier collected the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize in 2017.
Jesmond Dene House a 19th Century Mansion located within Jesmond Dene, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Build in 1822 by architect John Dobson.
Marine Court, built between 1936 – 1938 by architects Kenneth Dalgleish and Roger K Pullen is a fine example of Art Deco architecture and designed to resemble an early 20th century cruise liner. When built, it was the tallest residential apartment block in England. To date, it sits proudly in St. Leonards on Sea overlooking the English channel.
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These iconic black sheds in Hastings were built to provide storage for local fishermen’s gear. The limited space meant they were built up or stacked one on top of another giving these sheds their identity.
Originally built as a hotel for the Spiers and Ponds Group by architect Arthur Wells, this grade two listed building still stands proud on Hastings sea front. Built in 1885.
Stacey Marie is a retired fishing boat, resting peacefully amongst the old net huts of Hastings Old Town. RX relates to the national fishing boat registry, RX being the code for Hastings and Rye.
Designed by Architect Ralph Erskine and build in the 1970’s, the Byker Wall is a continuous, unbroken block of 620 maisonettes situated in the Byker district of Newcastle Upon Tyne.