Lennons Hotel Ltd, sections working drawing, Toowoomba, 5 Jul 1955

Langer, Karl, 1903-1969, Lennons Hotel Ltd, sections working drawing, Toowoomba, 5 Jul 1955, 556 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, 2017.

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Designer Langer, Karl, 1903-1969
Title Lennons Hotel Ltd, sections working drawing, Toowoomba, 5 Jul 1955
Date of completion 2017
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1955-07-05
Year available 2017-03-28
Location 556 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba
Type image/tiff
Language eng
Rights This work is made available by the UQ Library for your personal research or study. For further information and access please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library.
Keyword Langer, Karl, 1903-1968
Architecture -- Queensland -- Design and plans
Architectural drawings
Queensland Heritage Register
Hotels -- Designs and plans
Commercial buildings -- Queensland -- Designs and plans
Toowoomba (Qld.)
Lennon's Hotel (Toowoomba, Qld.)
Series Karl Langer Collection, UQFL158
Job Number UQFL158, job no. 1007-3
Source Karl Langer Collection, UQFL158, job no. 1007-3, item 5
Original Format Architectural drawing; pencil and ink on tracing paper; 71 x 94 cm.
Scale 1/8" = 1'0"
Creator Langer, Karl, 1903-1969
Formatted abstract
The Karl Langer collection consists of architectural drawings, financial records, correspondence, biographical and personal notes, articles, speeches, job photos, subject files, diaries, journal and newspaper cuttings. Buildings which drawings and files relate to include St. Peters Lutheran College, Brisbane; Ipswich Girls Grammar School; Ipswich Boys Grammar School; Lennons Hotel, Brisbane and Lennons Hotel, Broadbeach.

Dr Langer graduated in Vienna as an architect from the master class of Peter Behrens. He migrated to Australia in 1939, and settled in Brisbane. He became a lecturer at the University of Queensland, and later also at what is now called the Queensland University of Technology. He was fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects and of the Australian Planning Institute. He was also the first president of the Institute of Landscape Architecture, and an executive member of the National Trust. He designed many of Queensland's best-known buildings, including the chapel at St. Peter's Lutheran College in Brisbane.
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151.953301,-27.564018

Additional Notes Amendments listed on right hand-side of plan.

Document type: Design
Collection: Fryer Library
 
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