Book of reproduced illustrations showing the architecture and interior design of the Royal Pavilion. The original watercolours were painted by A. C. Pugin and commissioned by John Nash, the architect of the Royal Pavilion, to celebrate the building’s completion in 1823.
A lavish new guidebook exploring the Royal Pavilion with a special supplement dedicated to the 120 items on loan from the Royal Collection Trust.
Written by the Keeper of the Royal Pavilion David Beevers, the guide includes new research into the history as well as specially-commissioned photography to help you enjoy the beauty of this exotic building from home.
An individual, boxed glass bauble, ideal as a Christmas gift. This year’s design is inspired by the cross section, an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion’s architect John Nash, first published in 1826. Each decoration is hand painted, limited edition and produced … Continued
A print depicting a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. this image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826.
This charmingly illustrated children’s book tells the story of Brighton’s most famous feline, George, a stray who walked into the Royal Pavilion one day and became the palace cat. His happy history, told by local author Judy Pennington, and beautifully … Continued
An eight page highlight guide to the restored Saloon at the Royal Pavilion. Restored to the dazzling splendour of its original, Robert Jones designed, interior design, the Saloon re-opened to the public on 8 September 2018. Decorated for King George IV … Continued