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  1. Welcome to Sir John Soane's Museum Discover the extraordinary house and museum of Sir John Soane, one of the greatest English architects, who built and lived in it two centuries ago. The museum has been kept as it was at the time of his death in 1837, and displays his vast collection of antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and paintings.

  2. Sir John Soane’s Museum is a national museum, displaying the extraordinary collections amassed by renowned British architect Sir John Soane, including antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and drawings, and paintings including work by Hogarth, Turner and Canaletto.

  3. The architect John Soane designed a tomb for his wife and himself in the churchyard, which is now Grade I listed. This mausoleum may have provided the inspiration for the design by Giles Gilbert Scott of the iconic red telephone boxes .

  4. Moggerhanger House is a Grade I-listed country house in Moggerhanger, Bedfordshire, England, designed by the eminent architect John Soane.The house is owned by a Christian charity, Harvest Vision, and the Moggerhanger House Preservation Trust, and has recently undergone a £7m refurbishment project with help from organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund, English Heritage, World ...

  5. Sir John Soane's Museum London, United Kingdom 2009–2012 Canterbury Cathedral Organ Loft Canterbury, United Kingdom 2016–2020 Liverpool ...

  6. Image: Original and Adelphi reproduction of Soane Diaper pattern at Sir John Soane's Museum. About Us. Founded in 1999, Adelphi Paper Hangings is a small, artisanal producer of historically accurate block printed wallpapers for museums and historic institutions, as well as for period designers and those involved in contemporary design projects.

  7. Desde 1760 se fueron mostrando otros tipos de arquitectura georgiana, distinta del palladianismo, con las variantes inglesas del estilo rococó: el nacimiento del Neogótico, que culminaría en el siglo XIX, con su transformación en el gótico victoriano, el Chinoiserie, asociado con los arquitectos británicos James Wyatt, Henry Holland y John Soane.

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