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Marianna ⚫️ #DeathByBrexit 1 Jul 18
This pictures from include and even statue of who if I’m correct designed Park
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Adam White PPLI & Andrée Davies 7 Mar 19
Love parks? Love ? Love landscape, Love time travelling - then you’ll love this 1920’s film of the sculptures in Park, originally designed by WATCH HERE: 🍃🦕 🦖🦎🌿
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Alexandra Epps 3 Aug 16
born 1803 creator of 'a palace of very crystal' 1851
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GuyTaylorAssociates 10 Jun 17
LOT 2 in our auction is a stunning portrait of by Georgina currently hanging in the garden at
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Rowles Fine Art 15 Nov 19
Lady and her pals having a snooze in the gallery 😴🙈🐶
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Wolfgang Thompson Jul 2
Sir Joseph Paxton (1803–1865), Patent specification for roofing improvements, 1857. Print, 265 × 185 mm (folded). Submitted by Paxton 1850, enrolled by the Patent office 22 January 1851, printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode 1857.
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Peter Hardy 24 Nov 18
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GuyTaylorAssociates 10 Jun 17
LOT 3 is another great portrait of this time by Marc Salt which again is in the garden at
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lustedgreen 30 Sep 18
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HLM L&UD 18 Sep 15
HLM are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Joseph Paxton Design Ideas Competition
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John Johnson Coll 3 Aug 16
Born in 1803 , designer of . Here are some of our Exhibition artefacts
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Chiswick Book Festival Encore Jan 13
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Mark Allner 13 Jan 18
what a ledge 🙌 @ Crystal Palace Park
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Adrienne Armstrong Jun 24
isn't the underside of fabulous! No wonder was inspired by nature's engineering!
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Adam White PPLI & Andrée Davies 7 Mar 19
Replying to @RHSLibraries @The_RHS
“Named after , Cavendish were cultivated by & plantsman in the greenhouses of in 1836. They account for the vast majority of bananas consumed in the western world!”
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Zyeta Apr 22
It’s time for an architectural throwback. Explore ‘𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗖𝗿𝘆𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗹 𝗣𝗮𝗹𝗮𝗰𝗲 ’ by Joseph Paxton.
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michael hodgkins 23 Oct 16
. A delightful cottage designed by Paxton in 19th…
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BRITISH HISTORY MATTERS Aug 3
3 August 1803 – Joseph Paxton, English gardener & architect, designed The Crystal Palace was born (d. 1865).
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the Art of Surviving in the Matrix Aug 3
was born on this day in 1803. A British multiartist, and . Famous for the making of the for the in 1851.
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D Doany 3 Aug 16
Grand International Exhibition Hyde Park 1851. architect 's Crystal Palace Born 3 Aug1803
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