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Furnished Room Section, 'Britain Can Make It' exhibition, Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington, London: bachelor's bed-sitting room

Belton, Thomas Alfred Leverton
NOTES: F. R. S. Yorke was the co-ordinating architect for the whole Furnished Room Section.

SS Oriana: a first class twin cabin

Design Research Unit
NOTES: Built at Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, SS Oriana, launched in November 1959, was the last of the Orient Steam Navigation Company's ocean liners. Absorbed into P&O in 1960, she was retired from service in 1986. The naval architect was Charles F. Morris while the Design Research Unit co-cordinated the design of the public rooms.

Children's bedroom in Lady Jellicoe's house

NOTES: This was a setting for Modern Woman magazine.

Sick and Admission Unit, Borocourt Mental Hospital, Rotherfield Peppard, Oxfordshire: a six-bed ward

Powell & Moya
NOTES: This hospital closed in 1993 and the buildings were subsequently converted into housing.

Sue Ryder Hospice, Leckhampton Court, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire: first floor bedroom in the converted stable building, Goose Bay

Wilson, Alan
NOTES: Acquired by the Sue Ryder Foundation in 1976, this medieval manor house was subsequently restored and converted by Alan Wilson to provide care for patients of the Radiotherapy Centre at Cheltenham General Hospital. The Tudor wing opened in 1981 followed by the King's Wing in 1983.

The New Club, 86 Princes Street, Edinburgh: a typical member's bedroom

Burn, William (1789-1870)
NOTES: Built for the New Club in 1834-1837, this building was demolished in 1966 and replaced by a new club, incorporating a ladies' annexe, designed by Alan Reiach and completed in 1970.

Cranleigh School, Surrey: (the Upper) North Dormitory

Woodyer, Henry (1816-1896)

Kensal House, Kensal Rise, London: a double bedroom

Denby, Elizabeth (1893-1965)