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  • Aroid House No. 1, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Nash, John (English architect and town planner, 1752-1835) (1836)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Aroid House No. 1 (Nash Conservatory), Royal Botanic Gardens. Stone structure just within main gate has Ionic portico and tall ...
  • Palm House (exterior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and ...
  • Palm House (interior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and scientific ...
  • Princess of Wales Conservatory, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Wilson, Gordon (British architect, active 20th century) (1987)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Princess of Wales Conservatory, Royal Botanic Gardens. Named in honor of Augusta, princess of Wales (1719-1772), and opened in ...
  • Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Turner, Richard (Irish founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1852)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens. The "widest single-span glasshouse in the world [at time of construction] designed ...