1889

House at Bellagio

for W. Allport

 

Dr Peter King notes that Bellagio in Surrey was a new estate being developed at the time in the Surrey village of Dormansland by the architect Robert Alexander Briggs, and was named after the Italian town. The village, just north of East Grinstead, later reverted to its original name. (Dr Peter King, 'Voysey and The British Architect', in The Orchard, Number Nine, Autmn 2020, p.101)

This half-timber cottage is planned to suit an artist and the high oriel at the angle of the studio forms an agreeable feature of the exterior. (The British Architect, 10th June 1898)

 

Image published in The British Architect, 10th June 1898.

Image courtesy of RIBA Drawings Collection.

 

Link > RIBA Drawings Collection: all Voysey Images (Images can be purchased).

 

References:

Dr Peter King, 'Voysey and The British Architect', in The Orchard, Number Nine, Autmn 2020, pp.98-101.

Prof. Ian Hamerton, in The Orchard, Number Ten, Autumn 2021, pp.9-10.

 

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