List of figures

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1977

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15-16

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'List of figures', Survey of London: volume 39: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History) (1977), pp. XV-XVI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41818 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Note. Many of the following drawings show the buildings conjecturally restored to their presumed original state, and should in no case be taken as a precise record of present appearance.

1. Brown's Court, Green Street, plan. Redrawn by Chris Sumner from lease plan in the Grosvenor Office 32
2. Early-Georgian elevations. Drawn and in part restored by John Sambrook
(a) No. 12 Grosvenor Square. From partial survey of 1958, photographs and engravings
(b) No. 51 Grosvenor Street (c) No. 48 Upper Grosvenor Street (d) No. 13 South Audley Street (e) No. 76 Brook Street (f) No. 35 Upper Brook Street. All from survey
106–7
3. Early-Georgian ground-floor plans. Redrawn and in part conjecturally restored by John Sambrook
(a) No. 13 Upper Brook Street (b) No. 16 Upper Grosvenor Street (c) No. 38 Upper Brook Street
(d) No. 45 Upper Grosvenor Street. All from lease plans in the Grosvenor Office
(e) No. 36 Grosvenor Street. From early plans in Hatfield House MSS., General 16/16
(f) No. 43 Grosvenor Street. From lease plan in the Grosvenor Office
(g) No. 45 Brook Street (h) No. 43 Brook Street
(i) No. 47 Brook Street. All from survey of 1778–9 by R. Taylor and G. Shakespear in the Grosvenor Office
109
4. Plan of area east of Davies Street and north of Grosvenor Street in 1778–9. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from survey of 1778–9 by R. Taylor and G. Shakespear in the Grosvenor Office 110–11
5. Early-Georgian plaster ceilings. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook
(a) No. 12 South Audley Street, ground-floor front room
(b) No. 73 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room
(c) No. 74 South Audley Street, ground-floor main back room
(d) No. 34 Grosvenor Street, hall and staircase
114
6. Wrought-iron balustrades from Early-Georgian staircases. Drawn by Frank Evans 116–17
7. Grosvenor Chapel, west front as originally built. Drawn and in part conjecturally restored by John Sambrook from detail of plan of St. George's parish, 1761, in Westminster City Library 119
8. Mid-Georgian elevations. Drawn and in part conjecturally restored by Roy Bowles
(a) No. 6 Upper Brook Street. From sketch elevation of 1904 in Greater London Council Building Act Case No. 25499
(b) No. 33 Upper Brook Street. From 'survey and from J. P. Malcolm's engraving of 1807 of Park Lane and end of Upper Brook Street
121
9. Mid-and late-Georgian ground-and first-floor plans. Redrawn by Chris Sumner
(a) No. 26 Grosvenor Square. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, 1779, Plate
(b) No. 45 Grosvenor Square. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolio XXXVIII, set 2, nos. 3–6
(c) No. 38 Grosvenor Square. From survey, in part restored
123
10. Nos. 93–98 Park Lane, details of decorative ironwork. Drawn by Frank Evans 128
11. St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street, elevation. Drawn by Alan Fagan 129
12. Elevations of the 1820's
(a) No. 27 Gilbert Street. Surveyed, drawn and in part restored by Alan Fagan
(b) No. 98 Park Lane. Surveyed and drawn by Roy Bowles. In part restored from drawing by J. Goldicutt reproduced in Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects, G-K, 1973, fig. 39
(c) No. 16 South Street. Surveyed, drawn and in part restored by John Sambrook
131
13. Early-Victorian elevations
(a) No. 11 Upper Grosvenor Street. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Sumner
(b) No. 50 Grosvenor Square. Redrawn by John Sambrook from an unexecuted elevation in the Grosvenor Office
132
14. Elevations by Thomas Cundy II. Drawn and in part restored by John Sambrook
(a) No. 11 Upper Brook Street. From survey
(b) No. 55 South Audley Street. From survey and old photograph
(c) No. 17 Grosvenor Street. From survey, and elevation in the Grosvenor Office
134
15. No. 10 Grosvenor Square, front elevation. Drawn by Chris Sumner from elevation in the Grosvenor Office and old photograph 135
16. No. 52 Grosvenor Street, elevation as originally built. Drawn and restored by John Sambrook from lecture diagram of c. 1809 in Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolio XXVII, set 6, nos. 8, 9 136
17. No. 52 Grosvenor Street, elevation as rebuilt by Thomas Cundy II. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Summer 137
18. Standard plans for flats, Improved Industrial Dwellings Company's estate. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from originals in possession of the Peabody Trust 142
19. Nos. 18 and 19 South Audley Street, elevation. Surveyed and drawn by Alan Fagan 143
20. Mount Street rebuilding: elevations
(a) Nos. 104–108. Surveyed, drawn and in part restored by Roy Bomles
(b) Nos. 97–99. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Sumner
(c) Nos. 23 26. Surveyed and drawn by Roy Bowles
144–5
21. King's Weigh House Chapel, front elevation. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Sumner 147
22. Elevations of the 1880's
(a) No. 41 Grosvenor Square. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from old photographs and strip elevations of Grosvenor Square in the Grosvenor Office
(b) No. 27 Grosvenor Square. Redrawn by Chris Sumner from old photographs and The Building News 22 Oct. 1886
150
23. Victorian and Edwardian exterior ironwork, details. Drawn by Alan Fagan 152
24. Ground-and first-floor plans, 1880–1914
(a) No. 27 Grosvenor Square. Redrawn by Chris Sumner from Haddo House MSS., Plan no. 348, and from later plans in possession of the Greater London Council
(b) No. 26 Upper Brook Street. Surveyed by W. A. Garner and drawn by Roy Bowles
(c) No. 42 Upper Brook Street (not built). Redrawn by Roy Bowles from The Architect 4 April 1919
154
25. No. 46 Grosvenor Street, elevation. Surveyed by W. A. Garner and drawn by Chris Sumner 156
26. Brick elevations, 1890–1914
(a) No. 44 Brook Street. Surveyed and drawn by John Sambrook
(b) No. 54 Upper Brook Street. Drawn by John Sambrook from photograph of 1912
(c) No. 26 Grosvenor Street. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Sumner
158
27. Edwardian stone elevations. Surveyed and drawn by Chris Sumner
(a) No. 19 Upper Grosvenor Street
(b) No. 21 Upper Grosvenor Street
159

TABLES

A. Abridged pedigree of Audley, Davies and Grosvenor families 3
B. Householders in c. 1790 86
C. Seasonal migration of the 'Fashionable World' in 1841 91
D. The censuses of 1841 and 1871 94

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A. Plan of the estate illustrating its building development
B. Modern plan of the area