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Palace Pier, Brighton

RIBA5090
Moore, R. St George

Sunbathing on Palace Pier, Brighton

RIBA5092
Moore, R. St George

Cardiff Castle: Summer Smoking Room

RIBA5267
Burges, William (1827-1881)

Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire: the Rocco style trelliswork pergola with an eighteenth century sculpture ascribed to Giovanni Baratta in the background

RIBA5366
Baratta, Giovanni (1670-1747)
NOTES: This manor was built in French-Renaissance style by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874-1880 to display his collection of art treasures and as a place to entertain his fashionable and influential friends. Designed by Gabriel Hippolyte Destailleur, it is the last complete example of 'le style Rothschild' outside Frankfurt.

Claydon House, Middle Claydon: close-up of the wrought-iron balustrading of the mahogany Grand Stairs, with floriated scrolls and ears of corn

RIBA5424
Lightfoot, Luke
NOTES: Originally a Jacobean manor, Claydon House was rebuilt to designs by Sir Thomas Robinson for Ralph, 2nd Lord Verney, from 1768. The new state rooms included a central rotunda and a large ballroom occupying one wing, which remained incomplete at the time of Robinson's death in 1777. Luke Lightfoot was responsible for the wood-carving and parquetry staircase.

Claydon House, Middle Claydon: close-up of the wrought-iron balustrading of the parquetry Grand Stairs, with floriated scrolls and ears of corn

RIBA5426
Lightfoot, Luke
NOTES: Originally a Jacobean manor, Claydon House was rebuilt to designs by Sir Thomas Robinson for Ralph, 2nd Lord Verney, from 1768. The new state rooms included a central rotunda and a large ballroom occupying one wing, which remained incomplete at the time of Robinson's death in 1777. Luke Lightfoot was responsible for the wood-carving and parquetry staircase.

Portmeirion seen through the entrance gates

RIBA5431
Williams-Ellis, Sir Clough (1883-1978)
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