Queen's House


  • Caption
    Sketch of Staircase and Lift
Related people
Allies & Morrison Architects (was created by)
Inigo Jones (architect)
Date
1616-35
Location
Europe->United Kingdom->England->Greater London->London->Greenwich (borough)
Description
The Queen's House (center) was commissioned by Anne of Denmark in 1616 on the grounds of Greenwich Palace. This pavilion was conceived of as a hunting lodge on the grounds of Greenwich Palace. It also served as a bridge over a public road to Deptford, which divided the space in two.

Keywords: United Kingdom, UK, England, Greater London, London, Greenwich.
Submitted by Jackie Gargus
Style/Period
17th Century (1600 - 1699 CE)
Neo-Palladian
Material
stonework
stone and/or rock