Drawings for The Priory, Orpington, Bromley, London: completion of existing spiral staircase and provision of additional lavatory accommodation in the Priory
|Architect/Designer||Seely & Paget|
|View||Plan | Interior|
|Library Reference||Uncat Seeley & Paget|
|Subject||Bathrooms ; Houses ; Restoration ; Libraries ; Spiral stairs|
NOTES: The Priory, which dates from the 13th century, was refurbished and restored by the architects Seely & Paget, when in 1959 the south wing of The Priory was demolished and they built the new public library on the site (1961). The Bromley Museum opened in the restored Priory in 1965.
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