Central Library Extension, Bristol, UK

A. H. Clarke - City Architect with associate architects Burrough & Hannam
Date Built
1966 - 1968
Deanery Road
In the 1960s an extension was added on the west end of the original library building.  It too has oriel windows mirroring the older building built some 50 years earlier.  The wide stone panels rise up above the level of the roof apparently evidence that a third floor had been contemplated.

Above and below you can see the access ramp that was added in 2000, designed by Architecton.  Perhaps surprisingly the Pevsner Guide is of the view that, "It all works surprisingly well with Holden's building." (the original Central Library next door)