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Foundling Hospital, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire: the entrance gate

RIBA8332
John M. Sheppard & Partners
NOTES: This children's home and school was purpose-built for the original Foundling Hospital, founded by Thomas Coram in 1741, which had relocated from its London Bloomsbury site in the 1920s to a healthier location in the countryside at Redhill, Surrey.

Kirby Hall, Northamptonshire: the gateway in the forecourt

RIBA9184
NOTES: Country house. 1570-1575, probably by Thomas Thorpe master mason, for Sir Humphrey Stafford, completed 1576-1583 for Sir Christopher Hatton I. Probably modified by Henry Thorpe in the early 17th century for Sir Christopher Hatton II and altered 1638-1640 after style of Inigo Jones, probably by Nicholas Stone, for Sir Christopher Hatton III. It is part ruin except for the south-west wing (1638-1640) which is roofed.

Tyringham House, Buckinghamshire: the gateway

RIBA9196
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)

Layer Marney Tower, Essex: the seven-storey principal gatehouse

RIBA9212
NOTES: This is an exemplar of theTudor gatehouse and the distinguishing feature of Layer Marney Tower. It was created by Henry, 1st Lord Marney, who died in 1520, and his son John, who continued the building work but died just two years later.

Hotel Thelusson, rue de Provence, Paris: the house seen through the entrance gateway

RIBA10103
Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas (1736-1806)
SOURCE: L' architecture de C. N. Ledoux (Paris, 1846), vol. 2, pl. 165
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