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Unexecuted design for the Pantheon, Stapleash Farm, West Dean, West Sussex incorporating a row of caryatids

RIBA20158
Nicholson, Christopher David George (1904-1948)
NOTES: Built in 1769-72 by James Wyatt, the Pantheon - a popular entertainment building - stood on Oxford Street, London. It was disassembled in 1938 and the stones of the facade numbered for re-use in Edward James' house in West Dean, as designed by Nicholson. The scheme was never executed however.

Design for the restoration and refitting of the choir, Chester Cathedral, Cheshire: section detail and elevation

RIBA21000
Hussey, Richard Charles (1802-1887)
NOTES: Hussey was responsible for the restoration and elaboration of architectural features of the Cathedral from the mid 1840s to the early 1850s.

Perspective view of the Decorated Gothic canopied pulpit, Chester Cathedral, Cheshire

RIBA21001
NOTES: Hussey was responsible for the restoration and elaboration of architectural features of the Cathedral from the mid 1840s to the early 1850s.

Plan of Eltham Palace, London, incorporating the Great Hall and surrounded by a moat

RIBA21018
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

Design for the restoration of the hammer-beam roof and ceiling at Eltham Palace, London: plan

RIBA21019
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

Eltham Palace, London: design for the restoration of the Great Hall

RIBA21020
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

Eltham Palace, London: longitudinal section design for the restoration of the Great Hall, including the hammer-beam roof

RIBA21021
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

Eltham Palace, London: transverse section design for the restoration of the Great Hall, including the hammer-beam roof

RIBA21022
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

Eltham Palace, London: transverse section design for the restoration of the Great Hall, including the hammer-beam roof

RIBA21023
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.

View of the restored Great Hall, Eltham Palace, London, including the hammer-beam roof

RIBA21024
Dunnage & Laver
NOTES: The Great Hall at Eltham Palace was built in the 1470s, but by the nineteenth century had fallen into disrepair. It narrowly avoided demolition at this time and was restored in 1828.
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