ANNESLEY LODGE.

8 Platts Lane, London.

1895

1913 alterations and additions.

 The house has been devided into flats.

For Reverend Charles Voysey
(C. F. A. Voysey's father).


Reverend Charles Voysey
Image taken from an old postcard

 

 

Link > Illustrierte kunstgewerbliche Zeitschrift, vol.9, 1898, p.180
Link > Photo RIBA

 

 

Annesley Lodge, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

  

Photo on paradisebackyard.blogspot.de

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Photo by Rita Graham on flickr

 

 

Photo by Steve Cadman on Flickr

 

Annesley Lodge, London, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

 

Photo by Jamie Barras on Flickr

 

 

Photo by Jamie Barras on Flickr

 

 

Photo by Steve Cadman on Flickr

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

Annesley Lodge, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

Annesley Lodge, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

 



Photo by Steve Cadman on Flickr

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

Photo RIBA

 

Source: "G.", "The Revival of English Domestic Architecture VI. The Work of Mr. C. F. A. Voysey."
The Studio
11 (1897), pp.16-25.
Link > RIBA Drawings Collection

 

Annesley Lodge, image on picuki.com
Link > RIBA Drawings Collection

 

 

South-west elevation,
published in: Stuart Durant, C F A Voysey, London 1992, p. 42.
and published in The British Architect, 28th February 1896.
RIBA Drawings Collection

 

 

North-west elevation,
published in Stuart Durant, C F A Voysey, London 1992, p. 43,
and published in The British Architect, 28th February 1896.
RIBA Drawings Collection

 


Text from The British Architect, 28th February 1896, p.148.

 

 

Ground floor plan
Link > RIBA Drawings Collection

 

 

First floor plan,
Link > RIBA Drawings Collection

 

Annesley Lodge, Ground Floor Plan

 

Annesley Lodge, First Floor Plan

 

 The Hall, photo published in Studio, 1901
RIBA Photographs Collection

 

Photographs and Drawings Courtesy of The Royal Institute of British Architects.
Photographs, drawings, perspectives and other design patterns
at the Royal Institut of British Architects Drawings and Photographs Collection.
Images can be purchased.
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Link > Photo RIBA: Annesley Lodge (1)

Link > Photo RIBA: Annesley Lodge (2)

Link > Photo RIBA: Annesley Lodge (3)

Link > RIBA: Perspective Annesley Lodge (4)

Link > RIBA Drawings Collection: all Voysey Images

 

Pevsner's London 4: North (with Bridget Cherry, 1998) says:

[Hampstead 2B: the Redington Road area]. In Platt's Lane the most interesting house is No 8, ANNESLEY LODGE, the best Voysey house in London, built for his father in 1895. L-shaped plan with front door in the inner angle. Typical Voysey sloping buttresses and roughcast, with stone dressings to a remarkable long band of low first-floor windows just below the eaves. The mullions have no mouldings at all, and the whole house is astonishingly ahead of its date. The main entrance is in the angle of the two wings, leading to a large corner entrance hall. The interior has been subdivided.

Source: Pevsner Architectural Guides at Yale University Press.

Link > www.voyseysociety.org

 

Description on Historic England:
CAMDEN
TQ2585NW PLATTS LANE 798-1/24/1318 (East side) 14/05/74 No.8 Annesley Lodge
GV II*
Detached house, converted to flats 1983. 1895-6. By CFA Voysey for his father, the Rev Charles Voysey. Roughcast with stone dressings. Tiled hipped roofs with projecting swept eaves and tall roughcast chimney-stacks. L-shaped plan along the rear of a corner plot. Battered walls with sloping buttresses to returns. 2 storeys. Each range with bands of 5 and 4 window casements flanking central 4-window band to canted angle bay. Central angle entrance with prostyle portico flanked by 2 slit windows; boarded door having ironwork heart motif furniture. Stone windows with mullions and leaded panes; to right of entrance forming a 5-window projecting bay; 1st floor with continuous stone sill band. Return to Kidderpore Avenue with bands of 6-window casements to 1st and slightly recessed ground floor.

 

References:

Wendy Hitchmough, CFA  VOYSEY, London 1995 pp. 73-75.

David ColeThe Art and architecture of CFA Voysey : English pioneer modernist architect & designer, 2015.

The British Architect, XLV, 1896.

The Studio, XI, 1897, p. 18; XXI, 1901, p. 245.

 Wendy Hitchmough, CFA  VOYSEY, Phaidon Press, London 1995, pp. 73-75. 

 

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