The 'Umbrello', Great Saxham Hall, Suffolk: Recording and Analysis

Author(s): P Smith

This report was commissioned by Clare Campbell, Historic Buildings Inspector, Cambridge, to re-examine the architectural and historical evidence which survives concerning the manufacture and siting of this unusual garden structure, known as the 'Umbrello'. It also places the building in its historical context as an example of the garden architecture often found within the many landscape gardens which surround English country houses.

Report Number:
73/2011
Series:
Research Department Reports
Pages:
17
Keywords:
Gardens, Parks and Urban Spaces

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