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Second phase of the rebuilding of Rushbrooke village near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk: the old well-head at the centre of the village with rebuilt houses on the right

Llewelyn-Davies, Richard, Baron (1912-1981)
NOTES: During the mid-1950s, Victor Rothschild commissioned his friends, Richard Llewelyn-Davies and John Weeks, to redesign the core of the old village of Rushbrooke at the centre of his East Anglian farming estate. The redevelopment, consisting of cottages for rural workers and a clubhouse, was carried out in three phases. The second phase was completed in 1959.

Ca' d' Oro, Venice: the external staircase and well-head in the entrance courtyard

Bon, Bartolomeo, the Elder (c. 1405-1464 or 65)
NOTES: The well-head by Bartolomeo Bon dates from 1427. The original staircase, demolished in the mid-19th century, was rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th.

Michelangelo's well, Certosa di Galluzzo, Florence

NOTES: The monastery was founded in 1342.

Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice: elevation and plan of a well-head

NOTES: This drawing was made either by Visentini or one of his assistants.

Original drawing for 'Le Diverse et artificiose machine del Capitano Agostino Ramelli' (1588): waterwheel turned by two men

Ramelli, Agostino (1531-c. 1600)
NOTES: The drawing is for pl. CXXVII of the book.