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House for Edward James, 35 Wimpole Street, London: bathroom for his wife, Tilly Losch, designed by Paul Nash

RIBA Ref No RIBA8666
Architect/DesignerNash, Paul (1889-1946)
Artist/PhotographerDell & Wainwright
CountryUK: England
CityLondon
Subject Date1932
Image Date1932
ViewInterior
StyleArt Deco
MediumNegative
Library ReferenceDWN3172
OrientationPortrait
Colour InfoBlack and white
CreditArchitectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections
SubjectInterior decoration ; Bathrooms ; Glass ; Mirrors ; Houses
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