Designs for Sandling House, Kent, for William Deedes Esq: perspective from the south-west
|Architect/Designer||Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)|
|Artist/Photographer||Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)|
NOTES: Sandling House, near Hythe, was the most austere of all Bonomi's small country houses. Damaged by a bomb during the Second World War it was demolished in 1945-1946. The unusual relationship of the house and household offices, with a porte-cochere connecting the two parts of the building, is typical of Bonomi and can be seen in his design for Laverstoke House (see RIBA96283 and RIBA96285). This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1799 (no.1019).
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