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.
495 mm x 649 mm
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