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Stonedene, Ilkley, West Yorkshire: the day nursery

RIBA14270
Maufe, Sir Edward Brantwood (1883-1974)

SS Chusan P & O liner: the tourist class nursery decorated with Warerite pictorial panels designed by Henry Collins

RIBA18415
Collins, Henry (1910-1994)
NOTES: McInnes Gardner & Partners established a worldwide reputation for the fitting of ships, notably the Queen Mary, the Mauritania, the Queen Elizabeth, the Canberra, and the Royal Yacht Britannia (in collaboration with Hugh Casson).

Saints Peter and Paul Home for Babies, Bellingham, Catford, London: the semi-circular playroom with sliding doors opening onto the garden

RIBA24289
Cachemaille-Day, Nugent Francis (1896-1976)
NOTES: This was built for the Church of England Waif and Strays Society and designed for 39 babies and some 3 year olds.

RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2): the children's room on the Sports Deck

RIBA24936
Dennis Lennon & Partners
NOTES: The QE2 was the flagship transatlantic liner for the Cunard Line from her launch in September 1969 until succeeded by the RMS Queen Mary 2 in 2004. James Gardner and Dennis Lennon were joint design co-ordinators for the liner. Lennon co-ordinated the group of interior designers while Gardner was responsible for the exterior styling and trim of the ship

Queen Mary's Dolls' House: sketched designs for furniture and furnishings including a library ladder, side table, sofa and chair, animal rug and drawings portfolio

RIBA29644
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: The dolls' house was conceived both as a gift from the British nation to Queen Mary and as an historical record of the ideal early twentieth century English house. Princess Marie Louise commissioned Lutyens to design the house and together with the involvement of Sir Henry Morgan and a huge range of well-known manufacturers, it became a showcase for 1920s British craftsmanship and design. The house first went on display at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924.

Queen Mary's Dolls' House: sketched designs for clocks

RIBA29645
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: The dolls' house was conceived both as a gift from the British nation to Queen Mary and as an historical record of the ideal early 20th century English house. Princess Marie Louise commissioned Lutyens to design the house and together with the involvement of Sir Henry Morgan and a huge range of well-known manufacturers, it became a showcase for 1920s British craftsmanship and design. The house first went on display at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924.
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