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Parham Park, East Sussex: the stables and laundry wing to the north of the house

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NOTES: The foundation stone was laid in 1577. The house is mainly Tudor with some alterations and later restoration in the 20th century. The stables and laundry wing were built by the Sir Cecil Bisshop (1700-1778) the sixth Baronet.

Parham Park, East Sussex: the house with the stables and laundry wing

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NOTES: The foundation stone was laid in 1577. The house is mainly Tudor with some alterations and later restoration in the 20th century. he stables and laundry wing were built by the Sir Cecil Bisshop (1700-1778) the sixth Baronet.

Chateau de Chantilly: the great stables

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Daumet, Honore (1826-1911)
NOTES: The original chateau was built 1528-1537, but was destroyed during the French Revolution. It was subsequently repaired and was later entirely rebuilt by Henri d'Orleans, Duc d'Aumale to the designs of Honoret Daumet in 1875-1881. It now houses the Musee Conde collection of 15th and 16th century art.

Service yard for the Chateau de Richelieu

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Lemercier, Jacques (1585-1654)
NOTES: Richelieu was a planned town in the Indre-et-Loire region, designed by Jacques Lemercier for the Cardinal in 1631-1642 in an innovative grid design. The town itself is about 700 metres long by 500 metres wide. It is accessible by three monumental gates, with a fourth dummy gate to complete the symmetry of the whole. The Chateau de Richelieu was largely demolished in the nineteenth century except for some garden buildings and service buildings.

View eastward along the Via Gozzante, showing the stables beneath the hanging garden, Pienza

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NOTES: The stables are part of the Palazzo Piccolomini designed by Bernardo Rossellino and built 1459-1463.

Design for Ty-Bronna, St Fagan's Road, Fairwater, Cardiff, for Hastings Watson: plan, elevations and section of the stable block (design II)

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Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: Ty-Bronna was the only house Voysey designed in Wales. This design for the stable block is close to the design as executed.
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