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Design Museum
Design Museum

Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High Street, London, W8 6AG

Product, industrial, graphic, fashion and architectural designRead more

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The Building Centre
The Building Centre

The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT

Exhibits on architecture and design[4]Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Joseph Lyons Blue Plaque - Sir Joseph Lyons 1847-1917 Pioneer of mass catering lived here
James Joseph Mallon Blue Plaque - Dr Jimmy Mallon 1874-1961 warden of Toynbee Hall, champion of social reform lived here
William Vincent Terracotta Plaque - In 1810 William Vincent (1739-1815), Dean of Westminster and formerly head master of Westminster School, paid a ploughman to mark out ten acres of playing fields for the pupils from the open ground known as Tothill Fields. At the school, Vincent Square is still called 'Fields'.
Bud Flanagan Blue Plaque - Bud Flanagan 1896-1968 comedian and leader of the 'Crazy Gang' born here
George Frederic Still Blue Plaque - Sir George Frederic Still 1868-1941 paediatrician lived here
Luigi Manze Blue Plaque - Manze's Pie & Mash Shop.  Locally listed building.  Originally from Ravello in Italy, the Manze family emigrated to England in 1878 and founded an empire of fourteen pie & mash shops across London. In 1929 Luigi Manze rebuilt 76 High Street in its present form.

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