Ten Years On Exhibition 

Looking at the broad range of Lutyens's work using images from our Archive

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Woodside Garden (originally part of Chenies Place), Buckinghamshire 1893;

Ammerdown House, Somerset 1902.

GARDENS (the houses at these properties were not designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens)

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Heywood House, Leix, Ireland 1906 - 07; Amport House, Hampshire 1923;  

Tyringham House, Buckinghamshire 1924 - 28 (gardens and pavilions).

 To protect and promote the spirit and substance of the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens OM

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