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Photograph showing a set of garden furniture for Hampton Lodge, Seale, Surrey, for Eustace Thornton, comprising a small table, a chair and a stool

Hill, Oliver (1887-1968)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of furniture designs by Oliver Hill for Eustace Thornton's house, Hampton Lodge, in Seale, Surrey. Hill designed decoration, furniture and furnishings for the house between 1930 and 1932.

Design for a garden seat: elevation and plan

Reid, William (fl. 1795-1834)

Tenuta Manincor, Caldaro, Alto Adige (South Tyrol): the decked terrace with wire pergola overlooking the vineyards

Angonese, Walter
NOTES: This historic winery, founded in 1608, was extended to accomodate wine cellars, storerooms and a shop. To exploit the land to its geophysical potential, an artificial hill was created underwhich the new cellars were constructed and vines planted on top.

MARS Group Exhibition, New Burlington Galleries, London: garden pergola

MARS Group
NOTES: MARS was an acronym for Modern Architectural Research.

Parkleys, Ham Common,Richmond upon Thames, London

Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES: This is a Span development.

Garden of Remembrance, St James Piccadilly, London: the formal parterres with the burnt-out church behind

Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723)
NOTES: The church, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and completed in 1684, was heavily bomb-damaged during the Blitz of 1940-1941. It was restored in 1947-1954 under the direction of Sir Albert Richardson. This garden was created in the churchyard by Viscount Southwood after World War II to 'commemorate the courage and fortitude of the people of London' and was opened by Queen Mary in 1946.

Sandhouse, Witley, Surrey: corner of the garden front and terraces

Troup, Francis William (1859-1941)
NOTES: Built for the politician Joseph King, this house has latterly been known as 'Kingwood'.

Sandhouse, Witley, Surrey: suntrap at the end of the terrace on the garden front

Troup, Francis William (1859-1941)
NOTES: Built for the politician Joseph King, this house has latterly been known as 'Kingwood'.

Verandah of Oak Cottage with Dutch Cottage beyond, Blaise Hamlet, Henbury

Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: These are two of nine cottages designed by John Nash in 1809 to accommodate Blaise Estate pensioners.