Designs and finished drawings for Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, 1820 (4)
Following on from the interior perspective in May (SM 54/2/8), Soane's office produced four designs later on in the year focusing on the interior once again and also the entrance, and loggia. A flatter roof was being anticipated in these drawings, and differing conceptions of the interior space, one with windows in the rear wall, the other with paintings in the same location. As the front columns were conceived of as in-antis, this predicated the need for a loggia to separate the columns from the main entrance door. Here, two differing designs were produced.