List of Works By Clough Williams-Ellis

List Of Works By Clough Williams-Ellis

Compiled by Gareth Hughes, based on the preliminary list of drawings held in the RIBA Drawings Collection

This is as complete a list as can be achieved although some works have gone unrecorded because of the loss of most of Clough Williams-Ellis's office papers in a fire in 1951. In addition, a number of drawings in the collection are not from Clough's office and may represent schemes on which he was asked to comment on, rather than design projects by Clough.

  • - entries marked thus are known or reputed to be by Clough but are not represented in the RIBA Drawings Collection

RIBA Catalogue references are in the order:

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