A conservatory was added at Carlton House in 1807 using the newest construction techniques in cast iron columns and a fan vaulted ceiling supporting large glass spaces. The architect was Thomas Hopper whose work was considered a tour de force.
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This magnificent iron & antique glass conservatory is located in the Wilhelma Botanical Gardens in Stuttgart, Germany. The century building was once part of the royal palace located on the grounds, and is built in the Moorish Revival style.