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St Ann's Court, St Ann's Hill, Chertsey, Surrey: the seating area around the fireplace with walnut pannelling

McGrath, Raymond (1903-1977)
NOTES: This house was built for the landscape architect Christopher Tunnard who collaborated with Raymond McGrath on the design of the interior furnishings.

Designs for panelling

Smythson, John (d. 1634)
NOTES: This design is attributed to Robert Smythson or his son John Smythson.

Theobald's House, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire: survey drawing of the panelling from the great chamber

NOTES: This design was adapted by Smythson for the panelling of the pillar parlour in the Little Castle at Bolsover.

Peterborough Town Hall: perspective design for the interior

Webber, Ernest Berry (1896-1963)

Competition design for an exhibition stand for Messrs Venesta Ltd at the Manchester Building Trades Exhibition, 1931

Hannaford, Leonard Gordon (1890-1981)
NOTES: During the 1920s and 1930s, Venesta Ltd was one of the largest manufacturers and importers of plywood in Britain. The competition for Venesta's exhibition stand at the Manchester Building Trades Exhibition of 1931 attracted 175 entries and a fair amount of publicity. It formed a significant part in the Venesta marketing strategy in promoting plywood and finding new areas of usage for it and was eventually won by Wells Coates.

Queen Mary's Dolls' House: sketched designs for panelling and painted walls

Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: The dolls' house was conceived both as a gift from the British nation to Queen Mary and as an historical record of the ideal early 20th century English house. Princess Marie Louise commissioned Lutyens to design the house and together with the involvement of Sir Henry Morgan and a huge range of well-known manufacturers, it became a showcase for 1920s British craftsmanship and design. The house first went on display at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924.