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Reference number

SM (13) 51/5/26 (14) 51/5/28


[13-14] Variant of alternative or second design, June 1825 (2)


13 Plan of the Ground Floor 14 Plan of the Two Pair Floor


(13, 14) bar scales of 1¼ inches to 10 feet


13-14 as above, Design for New Committee Rooms &c / for the House of Commons

Signed and dated

  • (13, 14) June 1825

Medium and dimensions

(13) Pen, sepia and dark red washes, pricked for treansfer on wove paper (532 x 362) (14) pen, red pen, dark red and light blue washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper (534 x 360)


Soane office


(13) Smith & Allnutt 1820


Seven bays wide with a stepped plan, the centrally placed entrance through the Court is more elaborate than in the previous design and includes a pair of single-storey, semicircular garden buildings.



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