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Design for a dog kennel: plan and perspective

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Brown, Richard (1770-1845)
SOURCE: Richard Brown. Domestic architecture (London: George Virtue, 1842), pl. LXII

Cottages and kennels, Ascott, Wing, Buckinghamshire

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Devey, George (1820-1886)

Design for kennels in a castle style

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Carr, John, of York (1723-1807)

Design for dog kennels: plans and elevations

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Plaw, John (c. 1745-1820)
SOURCE: John Plaw. Sketches for country houses (London, 1800) pl. 9

Designs for dog kennels, Lupton House, near Brixham: elevations

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Wightwick, George (1802-1872)
NOTES: This design is one of a number of drawings bound into five volumes entitled 'Architectural works of George Wightwick', made between 1832 and 1850. Wightwick instructed his articled pupils to make this detailed set of retrospective drawings to illustrate every building of importance he had designed. The drawings were intended to serve both as a record of Wightwick's completed buildings and as a method of conveying to his students the design process from initial working design to finished structure.

Designs for dog kennels, Lupton House, near Brixham: plan and sections

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Wightwick, George (1802-1872)
NOTES: This design is one of a number of drawings bound into five volumes entitled 'Architectural works of George Wightwick', made between 1832 and 1850. Wightwick instructed his articled pupils to make this detailed set of retrospective drawings to illustrate every building of importance he had designed. The drawings were intended to serve both as a record of Wightwick's completed buildings and as a method of conveying to his students the design process from initial working design to finished structure.

Design for lodges and a dog kennel, Eywood, Herefordshire: elevation

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White, John (1748-1813)
NOTES: From an account and sketchbook, 1780-1800.

Designs for alterations and additions to Trentham Hall, Trentham, Staffordshire, for the 2nd Duke of Sutherland: elevations and section of dog kennels and gamekeeper's lodge

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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.

Designs for dog kennels, Lambton Hall, County Durham: ground floor plan

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Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's proposals for Lambton Hall constitute perhaps his most ambitious project for a country house. Many features of the design derive from his unexecuted design for 'a nobleman's country seat' which he exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1785 (RIBA96052- RIBA96053). He prepared three alternative designs (July 1794, August 1794 and February 1795) for the new Hall but with the death of W. H. Lambton in 1796 schemes for complete rebuilding were abandoned and between 1798 and 1802 Bonomi carried out more modest alterations to the existing house. Bonomi's work, if fully executed, was all swept away by Bonomi's son, Ignatius, during the transformation of Lambton Hall into Lambton Castle in the 1820s.

Designs for dog kennels, Lambton Hall, County Durham: north and south elevations and section

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Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: Bonomi's proposals for Lambton Hall constitute perhaps his most ambitious project for a country house. Many features of the design derive from his unexecuted design for 'a nobleman's country seat' which he exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1785 (RIBA96052- RIBA96053). He prepared three alternative designs (July 1794, August 1794 and February 1795) for the new Hall but with the death of W. H. Lambton in 1796 schemes for complete rebuilding were abandoned and between 1798 and 1802 Bonomi carried out more modest alterations to the existing house. Bonomi's work, if fully executed, was all swept away by Bonomi's son, Ignatius, during the transformation of Lambton Hall into Lambton Castle in the 1820s.
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