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Roof, Hilton Country Club, Las Vegas

RIBA3647-71
G. C. Wallace Incorporated

Mount Ephraim Windmill at Ash, near Canterbury, Kent

RIBA5277
NOTES: This post mill was built in 1735 and originally stood at Ringleton. It was moved approximately half a mile to this site in 1818.

Great Dixter, Northiam: window detail

RIBA5350
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: Lutyens restored and extended the house, built in 1464 by the Etchingham family, in 1910-1914.

Saline Royale, Arc-et-Senans: factory building

RIBA6186
Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas (1736-1806)
SOURCE: Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. L'architecture consideree sous le rapport de l'art, des moeurs et de la legislation (Paris, 1804), vol. 1, pl. 112

A Polish hut

RIBA6200
Papworth, John Buonarotti (1775-1847)
SOURCE: John Buonarotti Papworth. Hints on ornamental gardening (London, 1823), pl. 12

St Laurence, Blackmore, Essex: the 'pagoda' style timber belfry

RIBA6763
NOTES: This Norman church was once a small priory of Augustinian canons founded c.1170. The Gothic style timber belfry was added c.1480.

St Mary, Great Canfield, Essex: the lych-gate and Gothic belfry

RIBA6766
NOTES: The nave and chancel are Norman in style while the timber belfry with recessed shingled spire is 15th century.
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