Holland developed Hans Town, Chelsea, from 1771, including Sloane Street, Cadogan Place, and the polygonal Hans Place, but the fabric has been mostly redeveloped. As an architect he was influenced by French sources, notably Gondouin, Patte, and Peyre, but, unlike Chambers, he did use Greek elements in his designs.
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Jane Turner (1996)
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