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Queen's House

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(Named Buildings) the Queen's House a Palladian mansion in Greenwich, London: designed (1616–35) by Inigo Jones; now part of the National Maritime Museum; restored 1984–90
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To accommodate growth, the firm has moved its Glasgow team to larger premises at Queen's House, St Vincent Place, close to the Glasgow City Council headquarters and a number of key clients.
The keys are then returned to the Queen's House and the guard is dismissed - the Tower is secure for the evening.
The White Tower, left, and the Queen's House and Tower Green at the Tower of London, above, with the Shard in the background.
Work on remodelling the re-named Queen's House began a year later under Sir William Chambers, and the decision to upgrade from a house to a palace came a little later, when George III was succeeded by his son, the famously extravagant George Victoria's Palace, ITV IV, who in 1826, appointed architect John Nash to create a palace fit for a king.
I remember our neighbors all gathering at "Peck" and Emma Queen's house to celebrate the arrival of electricity, if you can believe that.
In the city-centre Queen's House, that are even closer to campus, prices are from PS75 per week.
These include the clever juxtaposition of the Roman marble Crouching Venus with Rubens' Peace and War, which eloquently conveys how ancient art was a key source for 17th-century creativity; the reuniting of Orazio Gentileschi's sensual Old Testament canvases that once hung in the Queen's House; and the somewhat surprising enthusiasm the king evidently had for northern Renaissance art, illustrated by the works of Bruegel (Fig.2), Holbein and Massys among others, which acts as a fascinating counterpoint to his more well-known Italianate passions.
At one point, Princess Beatrice asked her mom why she isn't allowed to go to the queen's house. She told her daughter that if it were only up to the queen, she would still be invited to her house.
The visitor and sales assistants, who work at the National Maritime Museum, Queen's House and Royal Observatory Greenwich, voted by 85% in favour of strike action.
Which English classical architect designed the Queen's House, Greenwich and the Banqueting Hall, Whitehall?