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Country Club swimming pool, Chandigarh

RIBA57112
Malhotra, Jeet (1929-)

Capel Manor House (Howard House), Horsmonden, Kent: the swimming pool enclosed in the original colonnaded winter garden

RIBA57616
Manser, Michael (1929-2016)
NOTES: This is an example of the simple steel and glass box house in the style of Mies van der Rohe. Michael Manser adopted this style of construction for eleven of the twenty-five residences he built in his first ten years of practice after 1961. The original Capel Manor that this replaced was designed in Italian Gothic style by T. H. Wyatt in 1859-1862.

Capel Manor House (Howard House), Horsmonden, Kent: the colonnaded winter garden and terrace

RIBA57617
Manser, Michael (1929-2016)
NOTES: This is an example of the simple steel and glass box house in the style of Mies van der Rohe. Michael Manser adopted this style of construction for eleven of the twenty-five residences he built in his first ten years of practice after 1961. The original Capel Manor that this replaced was designed in Italian Gothic style by T. H. Wyatt in 1859-1862.

Open-air swimming pool, Eton College, Berkshire

RIBA57817
Louis de Soissons Peacock Hodges Robertson & Fraser

Baldwyn's, Lingfield Road, Baldwins Hill, East Grinstead, West Sussex: the terrace and swimming pool on the south front

RIBA61629
Bronek Katz R. Vaughan & Partners
NOTES: This substantial steel-framed house on a twenty-acre sloping site was designed by Bronek Katz R. Vaughan & Partners for Mr Fred Kobler, managing director of Grand Hotels (Mayfair, London). An assistant architect of the practice, John Heath, was responsible for the interior design.

RMS Orion: a corner of the swimming pool

RIBA72641
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)

Open-air swimmng pool, Rake Manor, Milford, Surrey

RIBA73541
Milne, Oswald Partridge (1882-1968)
NOTES: Rake Manor was orignally built in 1602 and has been repeatedly restored, namely by Ralph Neville in the 1880s, Lutyens in 1897 and Baillie Scott in 1910 and 1925.
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