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The Vyne, Sherborne St John, Hampshire: the north front

Webb, John (1611-1672)
NOTES: The portico was added to the existing Tudor mansion by John Webb in c. 1655.

Pantheon and Chantry Row reflected in a pool, Portmeirion

Williams-Ellis, Sir Clough (1883-1978)

Inveraray and Loch Fyne from Aray Bridge

NOTES: The bridge was designed by Robert Mylne and built between 1774 and 1776.

Oak Bridge, Central Park, New York

Vaux, Calvert (1824-1895)
NOTES: A competition for the design of Central Park was held in 1858 as a consequence of Calvert Vaux's campaign against the plan previously adopted. The winning plan submitted by Calvert and Frederick Law Olmsted took almost twenty years to complete. Vaux was responsible for the architecture and designed most of the 46 bridges built in the park.

Temple, Banashankari: view across the pond, Harida Tirtha, towards the temple with the wind tower on the left

SOURCE: Architecture in Dharwar and Mysore photographed by the late Dr Pigou ... [et al.] ; with an historical and descriptive memoir by Meadows Taylor ... and architectural notes by James Fergusson (London, 1886)

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London: the vestibule

London County Council. Architects Department

SS Oriana seen at night in a dry dock, Falmouth, Cornwall

Design Research Unit
NOTES: Built at Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, SS Oriana, launched in November 1959, was the last of the Orient Steam Navigation Company's ocean liners. Absorbed into P&O in 1960, she was retired from service in 1986. The naval architect was Charles F. Morris while the Design Research Unit co-ordinated the design of the public rooms.