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Model of the proposed British Embassy, Rome

Spence, Sir Basil (1907-1976)

French Embassy, Tokyo: the salon

Raymond, Antonin (1888-1976)

British Embassy, Fernando el Santo Street, Madrid

Bryant, W. S.
NOTES: W. S. Bryant was the chief architect on this project at the Ministry of Public Works.

Sketch design for India House, London

Baker, Sir Herbert (1862-1946)

United States Embassy, Baghdad: the Residency

Sert, Josep Lluis (1902-1983)

Australia House, Strand, London: the main staircase

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.

Palazzo Farnese, Rome: entrance vestibule

Michelangelo (1475-1564)
SOURCE: Paul Marie Letarouilly, Edifices de Rome moderne (Paris, 1840 [i.e. 1825?]-1857), vol. 2, bottom half of pl. 128 NOTES: This High Renaissance palace, commissioned by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese in 1515, was begun in 1517, redesigned in 1534 and 1541 by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, modified under Michelangelo from 1546, and completed in 1589. It has been used as the French Embassy since 1635.

Designs for the British Embassy, Washington, D.C.: elevation, plan and sections of the south-west front

Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: This group of drawings for the British Embassy in Washington D.C., date from the late 1920s. These are drawings for the Embassy as built and are therefore office copies, which complement the three autograph sketches for the building that came to the RIBA in 1950. They were preserved in the Embassy as a working collection should the need arise and appear from slight damp damage to have been stored in the basement and forgotten.

New Zealand House, Haymarket, London: the main staircase

Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners