1. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral relocated to Skellig Michael off the West coast of Ireland. One of a series of imaginary drawings by Trevor Skempton showing architectural monuments moved to higher ground.
by Trevor Skempton for a new stadium, indoor arena and microdistrict, spanning
the Trans-Siberian Railway in Novosibirsk
4. Sketch showing skyline, 2014 urban design
proposals by Trevor Skempton for the centre of Kaliningrad
5. Trevor Skempton, retained as Consultant Urban Design
Advisor to Liverpool City Council from 2003 until 2009, with the model of the
Liverpool One project [photo by Pit Wuhrer]
6. Chester Cathedral. Perspective drawing of Chester Cathedral with cut out sections showing parts of the interior.
7. Urban Design Proposals for Berlin.
Model of 1993 competition proposals for the rebuilding of the Spreebogen area in Berlin as a new quarter of 'traditional' streets and squares, including buildings for the new unified German parliament and a 3-way meeting bridge over the junction of the River Spree and the Humboldt Canal..
8. Expansion of Goodison
Park. Plans showing
potential expansion of Everton's Stadium [existing structures are in Royal
Blue, and new commercial buildings, including a hotel tower, magenta]. The
left-hand image allows for development in small affordable steps. The
right-hand alternative shows the pitch rotated, as a major first-phase, with a
new school [green] incorporated into the corner of the stadium. In both
scenarios, the historic site and character of the World's first major football
stadium would be retained as the centre-piece of a new Conservation Area.
9. Painted London Paralympic Games Mascot at Spitalfields, 2012 [photo by Simon Skempton]. This was one of a pair of painted street sculptures commissioned for the London Olympic Games.
10. Liver Bird for Liverpool One. Commissioned by
Grosvenor as a temporary landmark, incorporating imagery from the
Liverpool One development and the European Capital of Culture 2008.
11. Sports Centre at Odsal Top, Bradford. A sketch of the Richard Dunn Sports Centre, completed in 1976, seen across the Sunny Bank Road Allotments.
12. Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth. Interior sketch of the museum, which moved in 1981 to new premises within the restored Coliseum Theatre.
13. Ferry Across the Mersey. Sketch depicting anti-clockwise promenade of commuters around the deck of the Mersey Ferry in the 1960s. One of a series of illustrations commissioned for 'Gateway of Empire' by Tony Lane, published in 1987.