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48 Storey's Way, Cambridge: the gardens

RIBA161587
Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1865-1945)
NOTES: See RIBA150853 for a black and white version of this image.

48 Storey's Way, Cambridge: detail of window bay

RIBA161588
Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1865-1945)
NOTES: See RIBA150852 for a black and white version of this image.

48 Storey's Way, Cambridge: the garden elevation

RIBA161589
Scott, Mackay Hugh Baillie (1865-1945)
NOTES: See RIBA150851 for a back and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester: the topiary garden

RIBA161617
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150777 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161618
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150778 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161619
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150779 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester: the summer house at the end of the Long Garden

RIBA161620
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150780 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester: the Long Garden with the summer house at the end

RIBA161621
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150781 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161622
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150682 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161623
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150683 for a colour version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161624
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA150684 for a black and white version of this image.

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester

RIBA161625
Barnsley, Arthur Ernest (1863-1926)
NOTES: Rodmarton Manor was begun in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley, completed in 1926 under his brother Sydney's supervision and then by Norman Jewson who completed the chapel to the house in 1929. The gardens were designed in 1909 by Ernest Barnsley as a series of 'outdoor rooms'. Notable elements include the walled Long Garden and the Wild Garden, situated to the north-west of the house. See RIBA151685 for a black and white version of this image.
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