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Australia House, Strand, London: detail of the railings outside the reception office

RIBA78581
A. Marshall Mackenzie & Son
NOTES: This High Commission building was designed by Alexander Marshall Mackenzie and his son and built by Dove Brothers. Construction began in 1913 but was delayed by World War I and the building was completed in 1918. It was refurbished and redecorated by Westwood, Sons & Harrison in 1953.

Tugendhat House, Brno: the main lounge

RIBA80344
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig (1886-1969)

Sketches of a secretaire, vases, a small building and decorative details

RIBA81197
NOTES: The pages shown are in a 'Sketchbook of Italian buildings and architectural details' drawn by Thomas Hope around 1812.

Designs for Leigham Court, Streatham, London: elevations of the side and end walls of the drawing room

RIBA82074
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
NOTES: A small house was first designed for John George Fuller on land he purchased in 1819 at the top of Brixton Hill but even as it was under construction a larger one was designed communicating with the first which then became offices for the newer house. J. B. Papworth provided designs for the estate up until his death. The house was demolished in 1908.

Designs for additions to and interior design of a house and for the outbuildings and farm, Fyfield, Essex, for George Dorrien Esq.: plan with elevations laid out for the interior decoration of the small drawing room

RIBA83183
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
NOTES: The house cannot be identified. The drawings do not relate to Fyfield Hall, a medieval building, nor apparently to Fyfield House. In 'The Family topographer' (London: J. B. Nichols & Son, 1832), amongst the seats of gentry listed in Essex, George Dorrien is listed at Witney Green, Fyfield. There is an early 19th century Grade II listed farmhouse, Witney Green Farmhouse, Willingdale Road, Fyfield, which perhaps might relate to these drawings.

Drawings from a sketchbook showing High Legh Hall, Cheshire, for G. J. Legh: window hanging or alcove seat

RIBA83451
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: John Nash designed alterations and additions at High Legh Hall (1797-1818). This drawing is in a sketchbook compiled by Repton (1798 to circa 1805) while working in the office of John Nash.

Designs for the completion and furnishing of the interior of the house, Basildon Park, Berkshire, for James Morrison Esq.: design for pelmet and curtains for the library

RIBA83966
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
NOTES: John Carr of York designed the Palladian Basildon Park for Sir Francis Sykes (1776-1783). The interiors were never completed during Sykes's time and when the family later sold the house in 1838 the new owner, James Morrison, commissioned Papworth to complete and upgrade the interiors as well as design alterations to the lodges and stables and design new estate buildings. Thomas Seddon, furniture designer and maker, provided several designs for Papworth at Basildon Park.

Designs for the completion and furnishing of the interior of the house, Basildon Park, Berkshire, for James Morrison Esq.: design for pelmet and curtains for the saloon

RIBA83967
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
NOTES: John Carr of York designed the Palladian Basildon Park for Sir Francis Sykes (1776-1783). The interiors were never completed during Sykes's time and when the family later sold the house in 1838 the new owner, James Morrison, commissioned Papworth to complete and upgrade the interiors as well as design alterations to the lodges and stables and design new estate buildings. Thomas Seddon, furniture designer and maker, provided several designs for Papworth at Basildon Park.
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