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Quinta de los Molinos, Havana: the drive leading to the villa

RIBA155843
NOTES: It was built as a summer residence and living quarters for the Spanish military who were leaving for Spain after they had finished their posting. Originally a one-storey structure made from left over materials by two engineers, Felix Lemau and Manuel Pastor 1837-1840. The top floor was added during refurbishment in the 1850s by a Cuban engineer Mariano Carillo de Albornoz. See RIBA146440 for a black and white version of this image.

Naworth Castle, Brampton: the internal courtyard with clock face

RIBA158153
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: Originally 14th century Naworth was gutted by fire in 1844 and was rebuilt by Salvin in 1844. Webb added a clock face in a gable overlooking the courtyard as seen here in 1879. See RIBA145134 for a black and white version of this image.

Naworth Castle, Brampton: the internal courtyard with clock face

RIBA158154
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: Originally 14th century Naworth was gutted by fire in 1844 and was rebuilt by Salvin in 1844. Webb added a clock face in a gable overlooking the courtyard as seen here in 1879. See RIBA145135 for a black and white version of this image.

Palacio del Segundo Cabo, Plaza de Armas, Havana

RIBA158707
de Trebojos Zaldivar, Antonio Fernando
NOTES: On the far left is the Castillo de la Real Fuerza (1562-1577). See RIBA146202 for a black and white version of this image.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Plaza de Armas, Havana: the tower and the Giraldilla

RIBA158709
de Calona, Francisco (1528-1607)
NOTES: Built between 1558-1577, it was the first bastioned fortress to be built in the Americas. The engineer was Bartolome Sanchez, under the direction of the architect Francisco de Calona. See RIBa146234 for a black and white version of this image.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Havana: the drawbridge and main entrance

RIBA158721
de Calona, Francisco (1528-1607)
NOTES: Built between 1558-1577, it was the first bastioned fortress to be built in the Americas. The engineer was Bartolome Sanchez, under the direction of the architect Francisco de Calona. See RIBA146352 for a black and white version of this image.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the moat

RIBA161435
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the moat

RIBA161436
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the moat

RIBA161439
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the moat

RIBA161440
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the bridge linking the library wing and the garden beyond the moat

RIBA161441
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.
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