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  1. 1. Work of Julia IlinykhWork of Julia Ilinykhand Soboleva Margaritaand Soboleva Margarita
  2. 2. Review.Review.Architect:Architect: Joseph PaxtonJoseph PaxtonLocation:Location: London, England (then Sydenham) London, England (then Sydenham) Date:Date: 1851, moved 1852, burnt 1936 1851, moved 1852, burnt 1936 Building Type:Building Type: exposition hallexposition hallConstructionSystemcast:ConstructionSystemcast: iron and glassiron and glassClimate:Climate: temperatetemperateContext:Context: exposition campusexposition campusStyle:Style: VictorianVictorianNotes:Notes: Modular construction system-prefabricatedModular construction system-prefabricatediron sections. Floor area of 770,000 sq ft.,1851 ftiron sections. Floor area of 770,000 sq ft.,1851 ftlong, 450 ft wide.long, 450 ft wide.
  3. 3. Sir Joseph PaxtonSir Joseph Paxton
  4. 4. A view of the North Nave. 1920.A view of the North Nave. 1920.
  5. 5. The South end of the Nave. 1935.The South end of the Nave. 1935.
  6. 6. The South Nave looking towards theThe South Nave looking towards theCentre Transept c.1932.Centre Transept c.1932.
  7. 7. Crystal Palace London, EnglandCrystal Palace London, England(then Sydenham)(then Sydenham)
  8. 8. The Crystal Palace at Penge (1854)The Crystal Palace at Penge (1854)
  9. 9. The transept faade of the CrystalThe transept faade of the CrystalPalacePalace..
  10. 10. An 1862 map of the grounds of TheAn 1862 map of the grounds of TheCrystal PalaceCrystal Palace..
  11. 11. The Crystal Palace as seen fromThe Crystal Palace as seen fromAnerley around 1910Anerley around 1910..
  12. 12. Aerial view of Crystal Palace andAerial view of Crystal Palace andsurrounding districtsurrounding district c.1920c.1920
  13. 13. Brunels south water tower showingBrunels south water tower showingBairds aerial at gallery level.Bairds aerial at gallery level. C.1935C.1935
  14. 14. The Central Fountain of the upperThe Central Fountain of the upperseries in full displayseries in full display c.1880.c.1880.
  15. 15. The Crystal Palace was famous for itsThe Crystal Palace was famous for itscopies of architectural masterpiecescopies of architectural masterpiecesas can be seen hereas can be seen here c.1925.c.1925.
  16. 16. Rear of the Gothic Court CrystalRear of the Gothic Court CrystalPalacePalace c.1930.c.1930.
  17. 17. The interior of the Egyptian CourtThe interior of the Egyptian Courtlooking northlooking north c.1931c.1931..
  18. 18. The South end of the Nave showing the Crystal Fountain andThe South end of the Nave showing the Crystal Fountain andbehind it the Great Clock by Dent of the Strand. The clockbehind it the Great Clock by Dent of the Strand. The clockface is larger than that of Big Benface is larger than that of Big Ben C.1935.C.1935.
  19. 19. Crystal Palace on fireCrystal Palace on fire..
  20. 20. Crystal Palace a few days after the night of theCrystal Palace a few days after the night of the30 November 1936; totally destroyed30 November 1936; totally destroyed..
  21. 21. What is a future for the CrystalPalace? plans by the London Development Agency tospend 67.5million to refurbish the site to rebuild the Crystal Palace