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45 Berkeley Square, London: detail of curtain tie and wallpaper in one of the first-floor drawing rooms

RIBA118835
Flitcroft, Henry (1697-1769)
NOTES: 45 Berkeley Square is a Grade I town house by Henry Flitcroft with a very fine interior. The first-floor drawing rooms were redecorated in 1763-1767 by Sir William Chambers for Clive of India. These images were commissioned by the Whinney-Mackay Lewis Partnership for a proposed refurbishment. See RIBA118851 for a colour version of this image.

45 Berkeley Square, London: detail of curtain tie and wallpaper in one of the first-floor drawing rooms

RIBA118851
Flitcroft, Henry (1697-1769)
NOTES: 45 Berkeley Square is a Grade I town house by Henry Flitcroft with a very fine interior. The first-floor drawing rooms were redecorated in 1763-1767 by Sir William Chambers for Clive of India. These images were commissioned by the Whinney-Mackay Lewis Partnership for a proposed refurbishment. See RIBA118835 for a black and white version of this image.

Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London: the Henry Florence Memorial Hall showing the pier casings with reliefs by Bainbridge Copnall

RIBA120947
Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)
NOTES: The pier casings are in Perrycot stone and the carved reliefs depict 'Man and his building through the ages'. The majority of the buildings shown were drawn from Sir Banister Fletcher's 'History of Architecture'.

Time Life building, New Bond Street, London: the first-floor reception room seen from the lift lobby

RIBA122583
Rosenauer, Michael (1884-1971)
NOTES: The building was designed by Michael Rosenauer with Hugh Casson and Misha Black amongst others, responsible for the interiors. The 20 ft high curtains are designed by F. H. K. Henrion, based on an old engraving. The decorative panels applied to the stair handrail seen in the foreground are by R. Y. Gooden and Ellis Miles. The armchairs and magazine tables are by R. D. Rusell and the lamp shade by Misha Black.

Time Life building, New Bond Street, London: the reception desk in the first-floor reception room

RIBA122588
Rosenauer, Michael (1884-1971)
NOTES: The building was designed by Michael Rosenauer with Hugh Casson and Misha Black amongst others, responsible for the interiors. The reception desk and chair is by R. D. Russell and the curtain seen behind is by F. H. K. Henrion.

Time Life building, New Bond Street, London: the lift hall on the third floor looking towards the editorial assistants' room

RIBA122608
Rosenauer, Michael (1884-1971)
NOTES: The building was designed by Michael Rosenauer with Hugh Casson and Misha Black amongst others, responsible for the interiors. The curtains shown here are by Edward Bawden and the general spaces designed by Alexander Gibson.

Bank of Ireland headquarters, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin: detail of curtain and rail

RIBA123401
Scott Tallon Walker Architects
NOTES: Built on the site of the former Lincoln & Nolan's car-assembly plant, the original two-block complex was extended by a third building in 1973-1975. The curtain wall of bronze-tinted, sun-resistant glass was manufactured by Smith & Pearson in Dublin.

Unidentified designs for a drawing room in the Adam style: elevation of a wall with three windows, two pier glasses and decorative plasterwork

RIBA125837
Aitchison, George (1825-1910)
NOTES: There are drawings for each wall of the room and a design for the ceiling.

Design for a portiere with tasselled fringe and canopy, for the Duchess of Newcastle

RIBA125842
Aitchison, George (1825-1910)
NOTES: A portiere is a curtain over a door or over the entrance to a room without a door.

Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria: the newly installed ruched curtains in the saloon

RIBA148645
Carr, John, of York (1723-1807)
NOTES: The house has been attributed to John Carr of York. It was converted into an art gallery in 1962, but has been restored to a more domestic appearance in 1993. See RIBA157174 for a colour version of this image.

Abbot Hall, Kendal, Cumbria: the saloon windows with the newly installed ruched curtains

RIBA148652
Carr, John, of York (1723-1807)
NOTES: The house has been attributed to John Carr of York. It was converted into an art gallery in 1962, but has been restored to a more domestic appearance in 1993. See RIBA157181 for a colour version of this image.
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