John Soane, Architect, Building, London House, England, Photographs
Sir John Soane : Architecture
19th Century English Architect – most famous for his house at Lincoln’s Inn Fields
John Soane – Key Projects
Major building designed by architect John Soane:
Sir John Soane’s House, 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, England, UK
Dates built: 1812-34
Lincoln’s Inn house photo © Adrian Welch
John Soane London house
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The architect’s house, museum and library has been a public museum since the early 19th century.
John demolished and rebuilt three houses in succession (1792 to 1824) on the north side of Lincoln’s Inn Fields, beginning with No. 12 and finishing with No. 14. No. 13 is the property entrance.
In 1833 Soane negotiated an Act of Parliament to preserve the house and collection.
No. 12 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Dates built: 1792-94
No. 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Dates built: 1808-09 ; 1812
No. 14 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Dates built: 1823-24
More architecture project information for this former London architect online soon
Moggerhanger house, Bedfordshire, England, UK
Building restored by Inskip + Jenkins, Architects
A Grade I-listed country house in Moggerhanger, Bedfordshire. 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 Monuments Fund and the East of England Development Agency.
Sir John Soane Museum, London, England, UK
Date built: –
Restored Julian Harrap
Location:13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London
John Soane Architect – Practice Information
Celebrated former English architect based in London, who died in 1837.
The architect was appointed Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy, London, in 1806.
Sense of Soane – Forthcoming Pitzhanger Manor Exhibition
SENSE OF SOANE
14 Sep – 27 Oct 2012
PM Gallery & House
European city views & imaginary architecture inside Sir John Soane’s dream house
A contemporary exploration of Soane within the walls of his home
A new free exhibition of works inspired by the creative mind of this celebrated British architect will soon occupy the rooms which he built as a country retreat. Sense of Soane brings together three contemporary artists – Emily Allchurch, Anne Desmet RA and Catrin Huber – whose shared admiration for the designs and collections of the celebrated British architect shines through their work. Sense of Soane runs from 14 September – 27 October at PM Gallery & House in Ealing, west London.
John Soane Exhibition at Pitzhanger Manor : PM Gallery Exhibition, Ealing, London, UK : ‘Sense of Soane’
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