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Designs for equipment for the School of Design, Somerset House, Strand, London: front and side elevations of bankers for modellers and trestles in the Great Room

RIBA20821
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
NOTES: A banker in this context is a wooden or stone bench for trimming bricks or stone. The drawing in the top right corner can also be seen at RIBA68605.

Measured drawing of a French lecture theatre

RIBA21494
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)

Preliminary designs for alterations and extensions to Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, for the use of the Royal Academy of Arts: elevation of the south front

RIBA21496
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)
NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt. Smirke built the north extension in 1867-69 and carried out the alterations to Burlington House itself between 1872 to 1874.

Preliminary designs for alterations and extensions to Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, for the use of the Royal Academy of Arts: the entrance front

RIBA21497
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)
NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt. Smirke built the north extension in 1867-69 and carried out the alterations to Burlington House itself between 1872 to 1874.

Preliminary designs for alterations and extensions to Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, for the use of the Royal Academy of Arts: frontal perspective

RIBA21498
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)
NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt. Smirke built the north extension in 1867-69 and carried out the alterations to Burlington House itself between 1872 to 1874.

Preliminary designs for alterations and extensions to Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, for the use of the Royal Academy of Arts: frontal perspective

RIBA21499
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)
NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt. Smirke built the north extension in 1867-69 and carried out the alterations to Burlington House itself between 1872 to 1874.

Preliminary designs for alterations and extensions to Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, for the use of the Royal Academy of Arts: frontal perspective

RIBA21500
Smirke, Sydney (1798-1877)
NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt. Smirke built the north extension in 1867-69 and carried out the alterations to Burlington House itself between 1872 to 1874.
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