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41 Bedford Square, Bloomsbury, London

RIBA6036
Leverton, Thomas (1743-1824)
NOTES: Bedford Square, built between 1775 and 1783, was the first square to have been planned on the London estate of the fifth Duke of Bedford and is the last complete Georgian Square in Bloomsbury. Number 41 was once home to the architect William Butterfield and the novelist Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins.

4 Bedford Square, Bloomsbury, London

RIBA6037
Leverton, Thomas (1743-1824)
NOTES: Bedford Square, built between 1775 and 1783, was the first square to have been planned on the London estate of the fifth Duke of Bedford and is the last complete Georgian Square in Bloomsbury.

Design for the decoration of a wall with two doors

RIBA6130
Busby, Charles Augustin (1786-1834)
SOURCE: C. A. Busby. A collection of designs for modern embellishments suitable to parlours, dining and drawing rooms, folded doors, chimney pieces, varandas, frizes, &c. (London [1808?]), pl. 6

Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: elevation of a door in the foyer

RIBA6383
Garnier, Charles (1825-1898)
SOURCE: Charles Garnier. Le Nouvel opera de Paris, vol. 2 (Paris, 1880), pl. 14-15

Offices and workshops for the Taylor Stoker Company, 189-191 Drummond Street, London: the entrance

RIBA6493
Scarlett, Frank (1900-1981)
NOTES: The ground floor was partially completed in 1940.

St Mary the Virgin, Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire: the south door with the original foliated scrollwork

RIBA6677
NOTES: The scrollwork is attributed to Thomas Leighton, a local smith.

St Nicholas, Barfreston, Kent: the south doorway with the stone arch and tympanum in Caen stone

RIBA6717
Hussey, Richard Charles (1802-1887)
NOTES: This two cell late Norman church was much restored in 1839-1841 by Richard Charles Hussey.
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