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Designs for alterations and additions to Watlington Hall, Norfolk, for Charles Berners Plestow Esq.: ground floor plan of stables, etc

RIBA95188
Donthorn, William John (1799-1859)
NOTES: The house burned down around 1943 to be replaced by a new house.

Design for a dairy proposed to be situated so as to form an ornament to the shrubberies: plan and perspective

RIBA95389
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
SOURCE: John Buonarotti Papworth. Rural residences (London, 1818), pl. 22

Designs for rebuilding Butleigh Court, Butleigh, Somerset: sketch floor plan of outbuildings

RIBA95996
Buckler, Charles Alban (1825-1905)
NOTES: John Webb had bought Butleigh Court and lived there from 1660 until his death in 1672. The original 16th century house had a 7-bay block added to the east by Webb or a descendant. J. C. and C. A. Buckler rebuilt the house adding into the angle of the L-shaped 'Webb' block.

Designs for alterations and additions to Trentham Hall, Trentham, Staffordshire, for the 2nd Duke of Sutherland: details of clock tower and porch to dairy

RIBA96142
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: Sir Charles Barry was responsible for the remodelling of Trentham Hall in phases between 1834 and 1849. From the 'Large Atlas Folio: Gothic and Italian', a volume of tracings of office drawings made by James Murray during the time he worked in Barry's office, 1839-1847.

Deepdene, Dorking, Surrey: sketch of kitchen and dairy

RIBA96350
Atkinson, William (ca. 1773-1839)
SOURCE: John Britton. Historical and descriptive account of the Deepdene, Dorking Surrey (1825-1826), page in volume with manuscript and drawings NOTES: William Atkinson remodelled Deepdene for Thomas Hope in 1818 and 1823. The house was further extended and remodelled in an Italianate syle in the 1840s. There is a finished sepia and wash drawing very similar to this sketch in an associated album on Deepdene held in the Minet Library, Lambeth, London.

Deepdene, Dorking, Surrey: sketch of the dairy with the house above

RIBA96351
Atkinson, William (ca. 1773-1839)
SOURCE: John Britton. Historical and descriptive account of the Deepdene, Dorking Surrey (1825-1826), page in volume with manuscript and drawings NOTES: William Atkinson remodelled Deepdene for Thomas Hope in 1818 and 1823. The house was further extended and remodelled in an Italianate syle in the 1840s.

Deepdene, Dorking, Surrey: view of the house from the grounds with dairy and kitchen

RIBA96355
Atkinson, William (ca. 1773-1839)
SOURCE: John Britton. Historical and descriptive account of the Deepdene, Dorking Surrey (1825-1826), page in volume with manuscript and drawings NOTES: William Atkinson remodelled Deepdene for Thomas Hope in 1818 and 1823. The house was further extended and remodelled in an Italianate syle in the 1840s.

Deepdene, Dorking, Surrey: sketch with the dairy in the trees to the left and the house in the trees to the right

RIBA96369
Atkinson, William (ca. 1773-1839)
SOURCE: John Britton. Historical and descriptive account of the Deepdene, Dorking Surrey (1825-1826), page in volume with manuscript and drawings NOTES: William Atkinson remodelled Deepdene for Thomas Hope in 1818 and 1823. The house was further extended and remodelled in an Italianate syle in the 1840s.

Design for a dairy farmyard, Culhorn House estate, Dumfries and Galloway, for the 6th Earl of Stair: plan and laid-out elevations

RIBA96597
Cundy, Thomas (1765-1825)
NOTES: This drawing is from a small sketchbook serving as a record of work by Thomas Cundy between 1795 and 1820 apparently made by his son, Thomas Cundy junior, who worked in his practice and took over the practice at his father's death.

Design for a row of cottages and shops (?); design for a dairy (?): sketch elevations

RIBA96763
Hunt, Thomas (1737-1816)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of designs and sketches by Hunt, who appears to have been an amateur architect. None of these designs are known to have been executed. The drawings seem to date from the mid-1760s to the mid-1790s.
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