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Collingwood, house off the Portsmouth Road, Camberley, Surrey: close-up of the south elevation facing the garden

RIBA17866
Womersley, Peter (1923-1993)
NOTES: Built largely of timber, this was the second house Womersley built for his brother, a managing director of a furniture company. This image is one of many Taken for the book 'New single-storey houses' by Penelope Whiting (London: The Architectural Press, 1966).

Tithe Barn, Cherhill, Wiltshire

RIBA18143
NOTES: The barn was demolished in 1956.

Terraced houses, 80-90 South Hill Park, Hampstead, London: view of the stairs from the sitting room in number 82

RIBA18351
Amis, Stanley Frederick (1924-)
NOTES: This was a development of six terrace houses each with only a 12-foot frontage. The architects, who occupied two of the houses, employed Le Corbusier's 'Modular' system of proportions based upon the Golden Mean.

Collingwood, house off the Portsmouth Road, Camberley, Surrey: the south elevation

RIBA19126
Womersley, Peter (1923-1993)
NOTES: Built largely of timber, this was the second house Womersley built for his brother, a managing director of a furniture company. This image is one of many included in the book 'New single-storey houses' by Penelope Whiting (London: The Architectural Press, 1966). It appeared in the publication on p.10.

Collingwood, house off the Portsmouth Road, Camberley, Surrey: looking across the dining area towards the garden

RIBA19127
Womersley, John Lewis (1910-1990)
NOTES: Built largely of timber, this was the second house Womersley built for his brother, a managing director of a furniture company. This image is one of many included in the book 'New single-storey houses' by Penelope Whiting (London: The Architectural Press, 1966). It appeared in the publication on p.13.

Collingwood, house off the Portsmouth Road, Camberley, Surrey: the car porch

RIBA19128
Womersley, John Lewis (1910-1990)
NOTES: Built largely of timber, this was the second house Womersley built for his brother, a managing director of a furniture company. This image is one of many included in the book 'New single-storey houses' by Penelope Whiting (London: The Architectural Press, 1966). It appeared in the publication on p.13.

Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire

RIBA19578
SOURCE: J. S. Prout. Antiquities of Chester (London, 1838?)

Bishop Lloyd's House, Watergate Street, Chester, Cheshire

RIBA19579
SOURCE: J. S. Prout. Antiquities of Chester (London, 1838?)
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