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F. R. S. Yorke' s house, Connaught Mews, Bayswater, London

RIBA26365
Yorke Rosenberg & Mardall
NOTES: This mews house was converted from two stables.

15-19 Murray Mews, Camden, London: the prinicpal living space and terrace of one of the houses seen at night

RIBA28847
Team 4
NOTES: This development consisted of three houses, each customized for the respective client.

Carlton Mews, St James's, London

RIBA47844
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: Carlton Mews was built in 1830-1832 under the direction of the Commissioners of Woods and Forests to provide stables for the occupants of the new houses in Carlton Gardens and Carlton House Terrace.

Carlton Mews, St James's, London: close-up of the facade

RIBA47845
Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: Carlton Mews was built in 1830-1832 under the direction of the Commissioners of Woods and Forests to provide stables for the occupants of the new houses in Carlton Gardens and Carlton House Terrace.

F. R. S. Yorke' s house, Connaught Mews, Bayswater, London: the living room above the double garage

RIBA50541
Yorke Rosenberg & Mardall
NOTES: This mews house was converted from two stables.

F. R. S. Yorke' s house, Connaught Mews, Bayswater, London: the living room looking through to the master bedroom

RIBA50542
Yorke Rosenberg & Mardall
NOTES: This mews house was converted from two stables.

Alexander Mews, Bayswater, London

RIBA57301
Westminster City Council

Alexander Mews, Bayswater, London

RIBA57302
Westminster City Council

Alexander Mews, Bayswater, London

RIBA57303
Westminster City Council
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