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10 Downing Street, Whitehall, London

RIBA3040-34
Couse, Kenton (1721-1790)
NOTES: This cul-de-sac of plain brick terraced houses was built on the instruction of Sir George Downing, Member of Parliament for Carlisle and later for Morpeth, on the site of the garden of Hampden House in 1682-1684. Number 10, originally three houses, was altered internally by William Kent in 1732-1735 for Sir Robert Walpole, and further by Sir John Soane in 1825. It was completely gutted and new features added under the supervision of Raymond Erith in 1954-1963. Most of the exterior shape and features of Number 10 were created by William Kent in 1735. The Georgian front door and the blackened brick bays are the work of Kenton Couse and was completed in 1775. Number 10 Downing Street is the modern residence of the First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Elevation of one wall of Madame Recamier's bathroom, Hotel Recamier, Paris

RIBA3894
Berthault, Louis-Martin (1770-1823)
NOTES: This drawing was probably made on Smirke's Grand Tour 1801-1805.

Elevation of one wall of Madame Recamier's bedroom, Hotel Recamier, Paris

RIBA3895
Berthault, Louis-Martin (1770-1823)
NOTES: This drawing was probably made on Smirke's Grand Tour 1801-1805.

Design for the Great Drawing Room in Montagu House, 22 Portland Square, London

RIBA3922
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1783 (number 435).

Designs for the interior decoration of 1 Grosvenor Crescent, London, for Sir Wilfrid Lawson M.P.: alternative elevation of the staircase well showing decoration

RIBA4028
Aitchison, George (1825-1910)
NOTES: This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1879 (no. 1128). It is not certain which decorative scheme, this or the earlier (RIBA94721), was carried out.
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