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Sir John Soane Museum at no. 12 and no. 14 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London: the staircase at no. 14 with its diamond pattern balustrade

RIBA154085
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane acquired no. 12 Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1792 as his home, and worked on its reconstruction; 1792-1794, 1808 and 1825. He bought no. 14 in 1823, which he set about altering and rebuilding from 1823-1826. He already owned no. 13 which he rebuilt in 1812-1813.

Sir John Soane Museum at no. 12 and no. 14 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London: the staircase at no. 14 with its diamond pattern balustrade

RIBA154086
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane acquired no. 12 Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1792 as his home, and worked on its reconstruction; 1792-1794, 1808 and 1825. He bought no. 14 in 1823, which he set about altering and rebuilding from 1823-1826. He already owned no. 13 which he rebuilt in 1812-1813.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: detail of balustrade on the basement stair by Soane

RIBA154149
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane was commissioned by the Office of Works to provide a series of new public buildings for Whitehall. He set up about the reconstruction of the old Board of Trade Office from 1823-1827. Much of Soane's work was later destroyed or partially reconstructed by Charles Barry in 1845, but interiors survive of the basement stair, entrance vestibule, ante-room and the Privy Council Chamber.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: detail of balustrade on the basement stair by Soane

RIBA154150
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane was commissioned by the Office of Works to provide a series of new public buildings for Whitehall. He set up about the reconstruction of the old Board of Trade Office from 1823-1827. Much of Soane's work was later destroyed or partially reconstructed by Charles Barry in 1845, but interiors survive of the basement stair, entrance vestibule, ante-room and the Privy Council Chamber.

Royal Hospital, Chelsea: detail of stone stair and balustrade by Soane

RIBA154224
Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723)
NOTES: In 1807 Soane was appointed Clerk of Works to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea. He supervised and carried out work on the hospital over the next thirty years.

Royal Hospital, Chelsea: detail of stone stair and balustrade by Soane

RIBA154245
Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723)
NOTES: In 1807 Soane was appointed Clerk of Works to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea. He supervised and carried out work on the hospital over the next thirty years.

Building W3, 6 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park, Hillingdon, London: detail of balustrade in the entrance hall

RIBA155020
Eric Parry Architects
NOTES: See RIBA147315 for a black and white version of this image.

Opera de la Bastille, Place de la Bastille, Paris: detail of the grand staircase

RIBA155044
Ott, Carlos (1946-)
NOTES: See RIBA134327 for a black and white version of this image.
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