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Design for the Bicentenary Vase Competition: part-plans, elevation and details

RIBA94972
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: In 1930 the bicentenary of the birth of Josiah Wedgwood I was celebrated by the firm with a week-long pageant, the production of several celebratory wares and a competition for the design of a vase (won by Emmanuel Tjerne).

Measured drawing of a salt warehouse, Rome: plan and elevation of the entrance

RIBA95680
NOTES: The inscription in the tablet over the doorway has the name of Pope Pius VII and the date 1802, but whether this indicates the date of construction or the date of restoration by Pius VII is unknown.

Survey drawings of the ceiling of the dining hall, Carpenters' Hall, London Wall, London: detail showing the elliptical compartment with the shield from Charles II's Royal Coat of Arms (outside Scotland, 1649-1685)

RIBA95961
NOTES: The original Carpenters' Hall was built in the 15th century by London Wall on land originally part of the estate of the Hospital of St Mary without Bishopsgate, also known as St Mary Spital. The Hall was continuously modified until a fire in 1849 severely weakened the building and in 1876 demolition began of the old Hall for the construction of an entirely new building designed by William Wilmer Pocock which opened in 1880.

Survey drawings of the ceiling of the dining hall, Carpenters' Hall, London Wall, London: detail showing the hexagonal compartment with the shield of the City of London

RIBA95962
NOTES: The original Carpenters' Hall was built in the 15th century by London Wall on land originally part of the estate of the Hospital of St Mary without Bishopsgate, also known as St Mary Spital. The Hall was continuously modified until a fire in 1849 severely weakened the building and in 1876 demolition began of the old Hall for the construction of an entirely new building designed by William Wilmer Pocock which opened in 1880.

Designs for the House of Lords, Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London: detail of carved panel on the Royal Staircase lobby first landing

RIBA96198
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: From the 'Large Atlas Folio: Gothic and Italian', a volume of tracings of office drawings made by James Murray during the time he worked in Barry's office, 1839-1847.

Designs for the House of Lords, Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London: detail of royal coat of arms in square panel

RIBA96199
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: From the 'Large Atlas Folio: Gothic and Italian', a volume of tracings of office drawings made by James Murray during the time he worked in Barry's office, 1839-1847.

Design for a five-bay house with attached side pavilions: ground floor plan and entrance elevation with shield bearing the arms of the Hunt family in the pediment

RIBA96724
Hunt, Thomas (1737-1816)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of designs and sketches by Hunt, who appears to have been an amateur architect. None of these designs are known to have been executed. The drawings seem to date from the mid-1760s to the mid-1790s.

Apparently unexecuted design for the enlargement of the Berrystead, Oundle, Northamptonshire, belonging to Edward Hunt: plans and rear elevation with shield bearing the arms of the Hunt family

RIBA96725
Hunt, Thomas (1737-1816)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of designs and sketches by Hunt, who appears to have been an amateur architect. None of these designs are known to have been executed. The drawings seem to date from the mid-1760s to the mid-1790s.

Design for a house with two-bay lateral wings, the main block of seven bays: plan of ground floor and elevation of entrance front with a shield above the door bearing the arms of the Hunt family

RIBA96739
Hunt, Thomas (1737-1816)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of designs and sketches by Hunt, who appears to have been an amateur architect. None of these designs are known to have been executed. The drawings seem to date from the mid-1760s to the mid-1790s.

Preliminary designs for a small house: ground and first floor plans and front elevation with shield bearing the Hunt arms over the entrance

RIBA96747
Hunt, Thomas (1737-1816)
NOTES: This drawing is from an album of designs and sketches by Hunt, who appears to have been an amateur architect. None of these designs are known to have been executed. The drawings seem to date from the mid-1760s to the mid-1790s.
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