We use cookies to improve your experience online. By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookies policy.

As restrictions ease, the number of visitors to the RA is increasing. Find out what plans are in place to make your visit safe and comfortable.

Richard Norman Shaw RA, Design for Bannow, St. Leonards, Sussex: working drawing: plans and elevations of morning room, waiting room and hall chimneys

Design for Bannow, St. Leonards, Sussex: working drawing: plans and elevations of morning room, waiting room and hall chimneys, January 1878

Richard Norman Shaw RA (1831 - 1912)

RA Collection: Art

This set of drawings for Bannow house in St. Leonard's, Sussex was designed by Richard Norman Shaw from November 1877 - January 1878. The client was Reverend John William Tottenham.

This country house is typicallly Shavian in style; tile-hung and timber framed construction. The drawings show plans and elevations prepared for contract signatures. The bedroom floor plan also shows a museum with a skylight above it. 08/921 is illustrated in Andrew Saint's 'Richard Norman Shaw', New Haven and London: Yale University Press, rev. ed. 2010, p. 89, fig. 75.

The house survives with interior alterations and is now a retirement home called Hazelton.

All objects in this group

Object details

Title
Design for Bannow, St. Leonards, Sussex: working drawing: plans and elevations of morning room, waiting room and hall chimneys
Architect/designer
Date
January 1878
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pencil, pen with black ink and coloured washes
Dimensions

495 mm x 649 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
08/921
return to start
back

Start exploring the RA Collection

read more
  • Explore art works, paint-smeared palettes, scribbled letters and more...
  • Artists and architects have run the RA for 250 years.
    Our Collection is a record of them.
Start exploring