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William Arnold (architect)
(flourished 1595–1637) was an important
Little is known about him, but he is known to have been living in
in 1595 where he was
His first known commission was for the design of
This is one of the finest
mansions in the country and was designed for
Sir Edward Phelips
Other works include the remodelling of a hunting lodge at
to form the
Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury
He was then commissioned in 1610–1613 by
, a Somerset resident, to design and oversee the building of
Wadham College, Oxford
His last known work was remodelling
in 1617 for the owner George Luttrell.
The interiors were completely modernised in the 1680s, and the exterior work only partially survives as
remodelled and extended the castle in 1868.
A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840, Howard Colvin 1978
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