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Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: the Privy Council Chamber with alterations by Barry showing details of the oak panelling

RIBA154152
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: The original scheme for this room was by Sir John Soane in 1827, who designed a starfish shaped vault for the ceiling. This was subsequently stripped out at the behest of Sir Charles Grevill, Clerk of the Privy Council. The room was later 'restored' by Barry, who reset Soane's design of the ceiling rose, ensured that his original oak panelling was repaired and that his grey marble fireplaces were left in situ.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: the Privy Council Chamber with alterations by Barry, showing the oak panelling

RIBA154154
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: The original scheme for this room was by Sir John Soane in 1827, who designed a starfish shaped vault for the ceiling. This was subsequently stripped out at the behest of Sir Charles Grevill, Clerk of the Privy Council. The room was later 'restored' by Barry, who reset Soane's design of the ceiling rose, ensured that his original oak panelling was repaired and that his grey marble fireplaces were left in situ.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: the Privy Council Chamber with alterations by Barry, showing detail of the windows shutter

RIBA154155
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: The original scheme for this room was by Sir John Soane in 1827, who designed a starfish shaped vault for the ceiling. This was subsequently stripped out at the behest of Sir Charles Grevill, Clerk of the Privy Council. The room was later 'restored' by Barry, who reset Soane's design of the ceiling rose, ensured that his original oak panelling was repaired and that his grey marble fireplaces were left in situ.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: the ante-room by Soane

RIBA154157
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane was commissioned by the Office of Works to provide a series of new public buildings for Whitehall. He set up about the reconstruction of the old Board of Trade Office from 1823-1827. Much of Soane's work was later destroyed or partially reconstructed by Charles Barry in 1845, but interiors survive of the basement stair, entrance vestibule, ante-room and the Privy Council Chamber.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: looking into the ante-room by Soane

RIBA154158
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane was commissioned by the Office of Works to provide a series of new public buildings for Whitehall. He set up about the reconstruction of the old Board of Trade Office from 1823-1827. Much of Soane's work was later destroyed or partially reconstructed by Charles Barry in 1845, but interiors survive of the basement stair, entrance vestibule, ante-room and the Privy Council Chamber.

Board of Trade and Privy Council Office, 68-72 Whitehall, London: the ante-room by Soane

RIBA154160
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: Soane was commissioned by the Office of Works to provide a series of new public buildings for Whitehall. He set up about the reconstruction of the old Board of Trade Office from 1823-1827. Much of Soane's work was later destroyed or partially reconstructed by Charles Barry in 1845, but interiors survive of the basement stair, entrance vestibule, ante-room and the Privy Council Chamber.

St Andrew's Church, Roker, Sunderland: detail of oak panelling showing boards of uneven width

RIBA155510
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: The church was designed by E. S. Prior and A. Randall Wells, who had been Lethaby's Clerk of Works at Brockhampton (1904). Many of the fixtures and fittings are by Ernest Gimson, notably the oak panelled chancel and the oak choir stalls. See RIBA150048 for a black and white version of this image.

Double Villa, Mansion House Road, Langside, Glasgow: the drawing room on the first floor

RIBA155733
Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (1817-1875)
NOTES: The Double Villa was a pair of villas situated between two parallel roads, Mansion House Road and Millbrae Road, identical in plan, except Janus like, one entrance faced onto Mansion Road and the other faced onto Millbrae Road. See RIBA130270 for a black and white version of this image.

Double Villa, Mansion House Road, Langside, Glasgow: the dining room on the ground floor

RIBA155734
Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (1817-1875)
NOTES: The Double Villa was a pair of villas situated between two parallel roads, Mansion House Road and Millbrae Road, identical in plan, except Janus like, one entrance faced onto Mansion Road and the other faced onto Millbrae Road. See RIBA130271 for a black and white version of this image.

Double Villa, Mansion House Road, Langside, Glasgow: detail of the marble fireplace in the ground-floor dining room

RIBA155735
Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (1817-1875)
NOTES: The Double Villa was a pair of villas situated between two parallel roads, Mansion House Road and Millbrae Road, identical in plan, except Janus like, one entrance faced onto Mansion Road and the other faced onto Millbrae Road. See RIBA130274 for a black and white version of this image.

Burton Agnes Hall, Yorkshire: detail of carved panelling in the Red Drawing Room

RIBA155971
Smythson, Robert (c. 1535-1614)
NOTES: See RIBA148145 for a black and white version of this image.

Melsetter House, Hoy, Orkney: detail of window and panelling in the west wall of the drawing room

RIBA156017
Lethaby, William Richard (1857-1931)
NOTES: See RIBA151716 for a black and white version of this image.
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