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St Nicholas, Buckenham, Norfolk: the west tower

SOURCE: John Sell Cotman. Specimens of Norman and Gothic architecture, in the County of Norfolk (Yarmouth, 1823?), pl. 1

Binham Priory, Norfolk: the west front of the church

NOTES: Construction on the Benedictine priory began in c. 1104 but was not completed until c. 1250. The west facade was built between 1126 and 1244. The abbey was dissolved in 1539 and the surviving nave served as the parish church thereafter.

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Northrepps, Norfolk: sketch showing knapped flint walls at at the west end of the church

NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol I) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1889 and 1891.

Victoria Place, Eriswell, Suffolk

NOTES: This terrace of flint two-storey cottages with gardens were erected in 1837 by the New England Company for 'Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts'.

Phase 1, Poundbury, Dorset: detail of a wall constructed in brick, flint and local stone

Krier, Leon (1946-)
NOTES: Leon Krier, architect and urban planner, was responsible for the masterplan that was developed in 1989-1993. The masterplan divides the town of Poundbury into four distinctive quarters, each quarter representing a Phase. Construction of Phase 1 commenced in October 1993 and was completed in 2002.

Clandon Park, West Clandon, Surrey: the brick and flint grotto with the statue of the Three Graces

Brown, Lancelot, 'Capability' (1716-1783)
NOTES: Clandon Park was rebuilt in Palladian style for 2nd Lord Onslow by the Venetian-born architect, Giacomo Leoni, c.1730-1733. Work on the interiors continued into the 1740s. The grounds were landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in the 1770s.