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Monday, 14 December 2009

Kenwood: sunroom plan - part 3.


Gerry has found another bit of the sunroom plan - so this is actually the final section.

5 comments:

  1. This is incredible! I am pleased that you managed to get hold of these plans. I guess the paper has deterioated over the years? This is a cool blog. You should write a book about Kenwood!

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  2. The sunroom plans have been a revelation. I always thought it was a part of the house when John bought it and had no idea he had it built himself. Another triumph for this blog! Keep up the good work.

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  3. Yes, this is very good. I am so happy to see such rare images:)

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  4. The Sunroom pictures are really amazing. It makes me want to make one! Does this Gerry Tailor make these rooms still???

    Derek

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  5. The Sunroom looks like a Garden Studio my uncle has. He spent $20,000 for his. It's got glass doors just like in the plans.

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