James Gibbs - List of Architectural Works - London Houses

London Houses

  • Houses in the Privy Gardens, Whitehall, London, 1710–11, demolished 1807
  • Burlington House, wings and twin colonnades in forecourt, 1715–16, demolished
  • Thanet House, Great Russell Street, 1719, demolished
  • 9-11 Henrietta Street, 1723-7, demolished 1956, the drawing room from No 11 is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum
  • 52 Grosvenor Street, alterations 1727
  • Savile House, 6 Leicester Square, 1733, demolished
  • 25 Leicester Square, 1733-4 demolished
  • 49 great Ormond Street, new library, 1734, demolished
  • 16 Arlington Street, 1734–40
  • House in Mortimer Street, Marylebone, London 1735-40, demolished
  • Houses in Argyll Street, Westminster 1736-1761
  • House in Hanover Square, 1740, demolished
  • Burlington House forecourt, showing Gibbs's wings and a colonnade

  • Burlington House, one of the colonnades

  • Drawing Room from 11 Henrietta Street now in the V&A Museum

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