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39 Harrington Gardens, South Kensington, London: detail of mosaic floor by the entrance vestibule

RIBA102360
Ernest George & Peto
NOTES: No. 39 was the home of the composer W. S. Gilbert of Gilbert & Sullivan, who commissioned Ernest George & Peto in 1882.

Rousdon, Devon: detail of floor mosaic on the second floor corridor

RIBA102751
George & Vaughan
NOTES: The main house at Rousdon was by George for Sir Henry William Peek and built 1874-1883, but he also designed the stables and lodges (1873), farm buildings (1874) and schools (1876) for the estate.

Rousdon, Devon: corridor with mosaic floor

RIBA102752
George & Vaughan
NOTES: The main house at Rousdon was by George for Sir Henry William Peek and built 1874-1883, but he also designed the stables and lodges (1873), farm buildings (1874) and schools (1876) for the estate.

Stadio dei Marmi, Foro Italico, Rome: the mosaic work

RIBA107425
Del Debbio, Enrico (1891-1973)

Cathedral of Santa Maria, Seville: the chapter house

RIBA108151
NOTES: The cathedral which is on the site of the city's Almohad Mosque was constructed in 1402-1506. In 1511 the dome collapsed and was repaired, but collapsed again in 1888 following an earthquake. The chapter house, also called the Cabildo, was originally built between 1558-1592.

Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: detail of the mosaic floor in the foyer

RIBA111118
Garnier, Charles (1825-1898)
SOURCE: Charles Garnier: Le nouvel opera de Paris, vol. II (Paris, 1880), pl. 20-21

Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: details of the mosaic pavements

RIBA111129
Garnier, Charles (1825-1898)
SOURCE: Charles Garnier: Le nouvel opera de Paris, vol. II (Paris, 1880), pl. 38-39

Palais Garnier (Opera de Paris), Place de l'Opera, Paris: details of the mosaic pavements

RIBA111130
Garnier, Charles (1825-1898)
SOURCE: Charles Garnier: Le nouvel opera de Paris, vol. II (Paris, 1880), pl. 40-41

Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, Aquileia: the mosaic floors in the southern hall

RIBA114365
GTRF
NOTES: The ancient town of Aquileia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica was originally erected by Patriarch Poppo in 1031 and rebuilt in 1379. It has fresco decoration and floor mosaics dating from the 4th-6th centuries. In 2004 the architects GTRF (Giovanni Tortelli and Roberto Frassini) won a competition for the ÔÇÿReorganisation of the areas around the Basilica complex and the creation of a Museum for the Mosaics of the southern hall of the BaptisteryÔÇÖ. The first phase seen here was completed in 2012.

Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, Aquileia: the mosaic floors in the southern hall

RIBA114366
GTRF
NOTES: The ancient town of Aquileia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Basilica was originally erected by Patriarch Poppo in 1031 and rebuilt in 1379. It has fresco decoration and floor mosaics dating from the 4th-6th centuries. In 2004 the architects GTRF (Giovanni Tortelli and Roberto Frassini) won a competition for the ÔÇÿReorganisation of the areas around the Basilica complex and the creation of a Museum for the Mosaics of the southern hall of the BaptisteryÔÇÖ. The first phase seen here was completed in 2012.
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