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Design for a farmhouse with offices and stables grouped around a courtyard: plan and elevation

RIBA22936
Webb, John (1611-1672)
NOTES: This theoretical drawing is one of a number made by John Webb, possibly during the 1650s. The drawings have been associated with the intention on the part of Webb and Inigo Jones to compile a treatise, possibly with a view to engraving.

Arbury Hall, Warwickshire: the south front of the stables

RIBA25539
Couchman, Henry (1738-1803)
NOTES: Sir Roger Newdigate, the owner of Arbury Hall and architectural enthusiast, was assisted by Henry Keene from 1761 in the remodelling of the house in Gothic style. After Keene's death in 1776, Henry Couchman took over as Newdigate's architectural collaborator.

Arbury Hall, Warwickshire: close-up the south front of the stables

RIBA25540
Couchman, Henry (1738-1803)
NOTES: Sir Roger Newdigate, the owner of Arbury Hall and architectural enthusiast, was assisted by Henry Keene from 1761 in the remodelling of the house in Gothic style. After Keene's death in 1776, Henry Couchman took over as Newdigate's architectural collaborator.

Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire: the stable court

RIBA26778
NOTES: This abbey for Augustinian canonesses was founded in the early 13th century by Ela, Countess of Salisbury. It was dissolved in 1539 and sold to Sir William Sharrington who converted it into a family home.

Villa Pisani (Villa Nazionale), Stra: the stables

RIBA27747
Frigimelica, Girolamo (1653-1732)

Goffs Bloodstock Sales, Kill, County Kildare

RIBA28716
Scott Tallon Walker Architects

Design for a house and forecourt with a semi-circular recess and circular steps leading to the pedimented entrance facade, the forecourt incorporating stables : elevation and plan

RIBA29004
Webb, John (1611-1672)
NOTES: This theoretical drawing is one of a number made by John Webb or one of his assistants, possibly during the 1650s. The drawings have been associated with the intention on the part of Webb and Inigo Jones to compile a treatise, possibly with a view to engraving.

King's College Chapel, Cambridge and the stable block of Theobalds House, Hertfordshire: survey plans

RIBA29110
Ely, Reginald (1438-1471)
NOTES: These survey drawings were probably made by Robert Smythson on his way to or from London in 1609.
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