Part of a series which aims to place noteworthy buildings within their historical context, this volume considers Philip Webb's Red House; William Lethaby's Melsetter House; and Edward Lutyen's Goddards. It includes specially produced technical drawings which explain how the buildings were detailed and put together. The text explains why the three houses are all studies in Arts and Crafts architecture, with the Red House being a seminal building from which the other two take much inspiration. It considers how although the three buildings vary in setting, they share obvious common themes, and that by studying them together, the larger content of Arts and Crafts architecture can be deciphered.
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