Livre d'architecture, d'Autels, et de Cheminées, dédié à Monseigneur l'Eminentissime Cardinal Duc de Richelieu etc. : De l’invention et dessin de J. Barbet ; Gravé à l’eau forte par A. Bosse AuteurBarbet, Jean (1591-165?) Bosse, Abraham (Graveur) (1602-1676) Date1633 Période17e siècle SujetArchitecture -- Détails -- Dessins et plans
Royal fans can now visit Clarence House, in central London, and take part in a tour of the Grade I listed building, including the Morning Room, which offers rare insight into the family life of the royals.
The drawing room on the first floor of Clarence House in London, The house was built in by John Nash for the Duke of Clarence, later King William IV. Two century gilt armchairs and a sofa, all by John Linnell can by seen beside the original fireplace.
At Windsor - The Royal Lodge Designed in the by architect John Nash, the Gothic Saloon occupies the heart of the Royal Lodge, a Gothic Revival house that was for many years a country retreat for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother