Hambledon Hurst,
The Green, Hambledon, Surrey.

For A.H. van Gruisen.

1919

 
Alterations and additions.

 
The original house was of c.1900. The alterations shown in the design at the RIBA consist of a new two-storey wing on the W side with a single large ground-floor room and bedrooms above, remodelled offices on the N side and a block containing a motor house with a pigeon house above attached to the NE corner.

The cottage was enlarged in 1919. The alterations, which doubled the size of the house and added a garage, were entrusted to the Arts and Crafts architect C.F.A. Voysey, who had worked for the family before at Studland and Birkenhead.
Source: www.hambledonsurrey.co.uk: Hambledon Parish Magazine, September 2017, Page 8.

 

Hambledon Hurst, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

Hambledon Hurst, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

Hambledon Hurst, photo courtesy of John Trotter

 

Link > RIBA: Design for a toilet glass for A. H. van Gruisen

 

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