Memorial garden to Marshal Foch, Lower Grosvenor Garden, Victoria, London: elevated view of the re- landscaped triangular garden with arabesques in gravel and a fleur-de-lys centre piece
|Architect/Designer||Moreux, Jean-Charles (1889-1956)|
|Artist/Photographer||Pantlin, John (1917-2003)|
|Library Reference||AP489/21 (Pantlin 4019/1)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Squares ; Patterns ; Shadows ; Gardens|
NOTES: The Grosvenor Gardens estate was developed in the 1860s and the two triangular gardens were enclosed by four grand terraces in the French Renaissance style, designed by Thomas Candy. The lower garden was redesigned in formal French style in 1952 by the French architect Jean-Charles Moreux.
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