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Eaton Hall, Cheshire: room between the great drawing room and saloon

Waterhouse, Alfred (1830-1905)
NOTES: Commissioned by the 3rd Earl Grosvenor (later the 1st Duke of Westminster from 1874), this lavish mansion was designed to display his enormous wealth. It comprised 150 bedrooms, massive stables, huge kennels and a chapel. Deemed too costly and large to maintain by the trustees of the Westminster estate, the mansion was demolished in 1961, leaving only the chapel and the stable block. A smaller house was built on the edge of the footprint of the old building in 1967.

House at Bentley Wood, Halland, East Sussex

Chermayeff, Serge (1900-1996)

Savoy Theatre, Strand, London: the lower entrance foyer after restoration

Ionides, Basil (1884-1950)
NOTES: The original theatre interiors were designed by Frank Tugwell and Basil Ionides was responsible for the decoration. Whitfield Partners were responsible for the restoration in 1993.

St Pancras Hotel and Chambers, Euston Road, London: the main staircase

Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)
NOTES: St Pancras Station opened in 1868 while the hotel, also known as the Midland Grand Hotel, opened in 1874. The latter was built for the eponymous railway company to receive travellers through the adjacent St Pancras Station. It was converted into offices in 1935.

House at 66 Frognal, Hampstead, London: the living room and terrace seen from music room

Connell Ward & Lucas
NOTES: This house was built for the solicitor Geoffrey Walford.

Mellor house and studio, Park Lane, Sheffield, at night: the living room

Guest, Patrick
NOTES: Guest designed this house and studio for David Mellor, silversmith and industrial designer. He designed an extension to this building in the mid-1960s.