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SM 3/3/11


[18] Alternative unexecuted design, Ground Floor plan, 1797


Ground floor plan of house and offices and plan of eating room


bar scale of 1/8 inch to 1 foot


Design for the Alterations and Additions to the House at Mogerhanger, Godfrey Thornton Esqre, labelled (by Soane): Hall, Drawing Room, Library &, Anti-room, Eating Room, Mr Thorntons room, Strong Closet, Mr Thorn[ton's] / Dr [essing] room, Housekeeper, Passage, Arcade (three times), Butler, Washouse, Servants Hall, Laundry, Kitchen, Sink, Scullery, Larder, Pantry, Lobby, Bakehouse, and (proposed eating room: Hot / closet

Signed and dated

  • 1797

Medium and dimensions

Pen, brown pen inscriptions, black, blue and light red washes, pencil, pricked for transfer on wove paper (670 x 518)


SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect


I Taylor, fleur-de-lis within crowned cartouche and below, GR 1794



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