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Baldwyn's, Lingfield Road, Baldwins Hill, East Grinstead, West Sussex: the bedroom on the south-east corner of the ground floor

Bronek Katz R. Vaughan & Partners
NOTES: This substantial steel-framed house on a twenty-acre sloping site was designed by Bronek Katz R. Vaughan & Partners for Mr Fred Kobler, managing director of Grand Hotels (Mayfair, London). An assistant architect of the practice, John Heath, was responsible for the interior design.

Spender House, Ulting, Essex: the bedroom

Richard & Su Rogers
NOTES: This is one of the images taken for 'Manplan 8: Housing' in Architectural Review, vol. 148, 1970 Sep. This image appeared on p. 196. In 1968 the photographer, painter, architect and designer, Humphrey Spender (1910-2005), commissioned Richard & Su Rogers to build this house and studio. It, together with the Rogers's house adjacent, was a prototype of a steel-framed house.

Helen House Hospice for children and young adults, Magdalen Road, Oxford: a bedroom

Bicknell & Hamilton
NOTES: This was the first children's hospice in the world.

Fitzherbert House, Tilney Street, Mayfair, London: the twin bedroom in the exhibition flat

Gotch and Saunders
NOTES: This building was demolished and replaced with a nine-storey office building, 49 Park Lane, designed by RHWL Architects and completed in 2009.

Schreiber House, West Heath Road, Hampstead, London: the double bedroom with fitted dressing table unit and short wardrobe

Gowan, James (1923-2015)
NOTES: The special built-in furniture and room dividers were designed by James Gowan and made by the Schreiber furniture company.

15-19 Murray Mews, Camden, London: a single bedroom

Team 4
NOTES: This development consisted of three houses, each customized for the respective client.

Flat at Marble Arch, London: the bedroom

Entwistle, Clive (1916-1976)

Palace Court Hotel, Westover Road, Bournemouth, Dorset: a typical guest room with sea view

A. J. Seal & Partners
NOTES: Located on a hill overlooking the bay, this building was designed as a hotel on the lower floors with shops at ground level. The rooms on the fifth to eighth floors were designed to be easily converted into serviced apartments.