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Design for a toilet glass: half-plan and half-elevation

RIBA98314
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This design was first used in 1906. This version has a swing mirror fixed by an Elsley, heart-shaped wing nut and two drawers, each with a pair of knobs.

4 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London: the music room

RIBA112775
Lacoste, Gerald (1908-1983)
NOTES: This room, designed for Richard Mallock, incorporated a gigantic gramaphone horn of reinforced plaster and was decorated with a mirrored wall around a low fireplace with electric fire, black Wilton carpet, and chairs and sofa covered in yellow fabric designed by the decorator Arundell Clarke. The room was dismantled in the 1940s.

4 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London: the music room

RIBA112776
Lacoste, Gerald (1908-1983)
NOTES: This room, designed for Richard Mallock, incorporated a gigantic gramaphone horn of reinforced plaster and was decorated with a mirrored wall around a low fireplace with electric fire, black Wilton carpet, and chairs and sofa covered in yellow fabric designed by the decorator Arundell Clarke. The room was dismantled in the 1940s.

4 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London: the music room

RIBA112777
Lacoste, Gerald (1908-1983)
NOTES: This room, designed for Richard Mallock, incorporated a gigantic gramaphone horn of reinforced plaster and was decorated with a mirrored wall around a low fireplace with electric fire, black Wilton carpet, and chairs and sofa covered in yellow fabric designed by the decorator Arundell Clarke. The room was dismantled in the 1940s.

4 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London: the music room

RIBA112778
Lacoste, Gerald (1908-1983)
NOTES: This room, designed for Richard Mallock, incorporated a gigantic gramaphone horn of reinforced plaster and was decorated with a mirrored wall around a low fireplace with electric fire, black Wilton carpet, and chairs and sofa covered in yellow fabric designed by the decorator Arundell Clarke. The room was dismantled in the 1940s.

4 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London: the music room

RIBA112779
Lacoste, Gerald (1908-1983)
NOTES: This room, designed for Richard Mallock, incorporated a gigantic gramaphone horn of reinforced plaster and was decorated with a mirrored wall around a low fireplace with electric fire, black Wilton carpet, and chairs and sofa covered in yellow fabric designed by the decorator Arundell Clarke. The room was dismantled in the 1940s.

Unidentified interior by Oliver Hill

RIBA112932
Hill, Oliver (1887-1968)
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