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Sir John Soane Museum at no. 12 and no. 14 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London: the front elevation of no. 13 and no. 14

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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 front elevation of no. 14

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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 front elevation of no. 12

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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 rear elevation

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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 rear elevation

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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 rear elevation

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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.

Royal Hospital, Chelsea: the former surgeon's house dining room by Soane

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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.

The Grange, Ramsgate: the dining room

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Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore (1812-1852)
NOTES: The house was designed by Pugin for himself. These images were taken after its restoration in 2006. See RIBA158992 for a colour version of this image.

Muller House, Sherriff Road, West Hampstead, London: dining room with kitchen beyond

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Muller, Brian
NOTES: This was a conversion of a late Victorian terrace house by the architect Brian Muller for himself. The house was stripped back to its bare brickwork and the joists exposed with floor to ceiling height windows inserted at the rear. See RIBA117684 for a black and white version of this image.

Muller House, Sherriff Road, West Hampstead, London: the dining room and kitchen beyond

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Muller, Brian
NOTES: This was a conversion of a late Victorian terrace house by the architect Brian Muller for himself. The house was stripped back to its bare brickwork and the joists exposed with floor to ceiling height windows inserted at the rear. See RIBA117687 for a black and white version of this image.

Muller House, Sherriff Road, West Hampstead, London: detail of the glass-topped dining room table designed by Muller

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Muller, Brian
NOTES: This was a conversion of a late Victorian terrace house by the architect Brian Muller for himself. The house was stripped back to its bare brickwork and the joists exposed with floor to ceiling height windows inserted at the rear. See RIBA11768 for a black and white version of this image.

Melsetter House, Hoy, Orkney: detail of the dining room fireplace with plaster frieze above

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Lethaby, William Richard (1857-1931)
NOTES: See RIBA148489 for a black and white version of this image.
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