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Greenwich Town Hall, Royal Hill, Greenwich, London: a meeting chamber

RIBA24578
Culpin & Son
NOTES: This is no longer a town hall.

Flat at 1 Embankment Gardens, Chelsea, London: the dining area

RIBA25118
Pilichowski, Amnon Vivian (1907-1982)

Witley Park, near Godalming, Surrey: a glimpse of the south-west corner of the living room through the sliding doors

RIBA25183
Gwynne, Patrick (1913-2003)
NOTES: Witley Park was commissioned by Mr and Mrs Gerald Bentall and was the largest of Patrick Gwynne's houses. It comprised large living and dining rooms, a master bedroom suite with dressing rooms and private sitting room, four further family and guest bedrooms, a staff flat and an office.

Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent: the King's Bedroom

RIBA25576
NOTES: The house was built by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury, between 1456 and 1486. It passed into Royal possession in 1537 during the Dissolution. In 1566, Elizabeth I presented the house and estate to her cousin Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset, who substantially remodelled the medieval palace between 1603 and 1608. The King's Bedroom is traditionally supposed to have been decorated for the reception of King James I, but the bed and complementary furnishings have subsequently be correctly dated to later in the 17th century.

Gordon Russell Ltd stand, Woman's Fair, Olympia, London

RIBA25862
Russell, Sir Gordon (1892-1980)

Studio at Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire: the ground floor studio illuminated by large plate-glass windows with full-length Venetian blinds and curtains

RIBA26104
Fry Drew & Partners
NOTES: This studio addition to a farmhouse was built for the designer Ashley Havinden.

24 Cathcart Road, Earl's Court, London: the sitting room and south window draped with curtains in Indian raw silk

RIBA26199
Casson Conder Partnership
NOTES: Sir Hugh Casson was responsible for the design of the house, built in 1959-1961.Timothy Rendle, an associate architect of the Casson Conder Partnership, was responsible for the design of the interiors.
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