It was extended in the 19th and 20th centuries and now this H-plan
timber building is an impressive country house of some 3,613 sq ft, filled with period features.
Inigo Jones had designed the H-plan
villa in 1616 for Anne of Denmark, but the house was not even structurally completed until 163s, by which time the queen was Henrietta Maria.
For instance, Ford's IM Global will represent the massive H-Plan
slate of Chinese-language movies being put together by Chinese private-sector major Huayi Brothers Media, while Huayi is poised to pour upwards of $120 million into Jeff Robinov's Studio 8 shingle.
In addition to the Flemish gables, classical columns and elaborate sculptural ornaments surrounding the building, Snyder's innovative H-plan
was designed to provide air and light to all of the classrooms.
At St Deiniol's, Douglas appropriated the design of a Tudor H-plan country house, built in a rich red sandstone, with plenty of carving and attention to detail.
The left arms of the H-plan house the library itself, the cross bar the administration and the right side is devoted to accommodation for 37 residential students, with common room, dining room and cafe.
BCAM is a modestly-scaled H-plan
block of skylit galleries, with angled roof-top louvres that are feathered to dematerialise the mass, much like Piano's basket structures on Noumea, or the crown of the New York Times tower, which is now under construction.
When the Duke of Lauderdale built in England, his Ham House was a conventional doublepile superimposed on an older H-plan
. But when, as the virtual viceroy of Charles n, he rebuilt Thirlestane Castle in Scotland, he ventured a superb railway-carriage sequence of linear state apartments prefaced by a dramatic entrance symmetry in which gothic castle towers act like a giant classical order.
At St Deiniol's Douglas appropriated the design of a Tudor H-plan
country house, built in a rich red sandstone, with plenty of carving and attention to detail.
Its features include a light facade, an H-plan
contour, Bauhaus-style balconies and a glass lobby.
There are southerly views to the Wrekin and the South Shropshire Hills, a main house with H-plan
layout and special features including an early 18th century staircase in oak.
Next year, the fairs moves to a new building that will function better than the current space, which suffers from 'dead corners' due to its H-plan