SANDERSON & SONS FACTORY.

1902

10 Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick,
London.

For Sanderson & Sons wallpaper manufacturers.

 

The building has been converted into offices.
The walls are faced with white-glazed bricks and Staffordshire blue bricks and the coping is of Portland stone.
The roof is half glass and half slate.

 

Voysey House, image on chiswicktimeline.org
 Link > RIBA Drawings Collection (Sanderson & Sons)

 

 

Elevations published in: David Gebhard, Charles F. A. Voysey Architect, fig.95 and fig.96, p.151
RIBA Drawings Collection

 

 



Link > Photograph by Steve Cadman on Flickr

 

Sanderson Factory, Photo by Phil Beard on buttes-chaumont.blogspot.com

 

 

Photo on antasticjournal.blogspot.de

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Photo by Jacques Lasserre on Panoramio

 

 

Sanderson Factory, Photo by Phil Beard on buttes-chaumont.blogspot.com

 

 

Sanderson Factory, Photo by Phil Beard on buttes-chaumont.blogspot.com

 

 

Sanderson Factory, Photo by Phil Beard on buttes-chaumont.blogspot.com

 

 

Photo Courtauld Institute of Art

 

 

Photo Courtauld Institute of Art

 

 

Photo Courtauld Institute of Art

 

 

Sanderson & Sons Factory, photo on antasticjournal.blogspot.de

 

 

Photo by David Hawgood on geograph.org.uk

 

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.
The RIBA can supply you with conventional photographic or digital copies
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Link > RIBApix (Voysey Images)

Link > RIBA Drawings Collection (Sanderson & Sons)

 

Link > Wikipedia

 

Link > Black & White Photographs on flickr taken in 1976

 

Link > Work And Colour: Sanderson And Chiswick 1879-1928
               By Freddie Launert
            Brentford and Chiswick Local History Journal 10 (2001)

 

Link > http://chiswicktimeline.org/1902-voysey-house

 

Link > Photo by Adam Watson on www.imagesofengland.org.uk (with description)

Description on imagesofengland:

In the entry for:- TQ 2078 BARLEY MOW PASSAGE, W4 10/251 Warehouse The grade shall be upgraded to grade II* (Star) and the address and description shall be amended to read:- TQ 2078 BARLEY MOW PASSAGE, W4 10/251 Voysey House Sanderson's wallpaper factory, building now offices. 1902, by C F A Voysey for Messrs Sanderson; alterations 1968 and 1987. Glazed white brick in English bond with Staffordshire blue brick now painted black to plinth, bands and opening surrounds; Portland stone dressings; late C20 felted roof. 4-storeys with 1987 roof-top flat; 4 x 2 bays, the eastern bay containing stairs, lift and toilets. Original small-pane steel-framed windows to east side, otherwise replacement early-mid C20 metal casement windows; windows segmental-arched with dripmoulds and on all but east side occupying full width of bay; circular windows to 3rd floor. Bays defined by giant butresses, within which are air vents, smaller on 3rd floor and rising above parapet. Stone cornice to 2nd floor and to shaped parapet. South, entrance, elevation has round-arched entrance to bay 4 with recessed replacement doors; left-hand ground-floor window now entrance; metal quadrant caps in buttress angles; east bay blind apart from 3rd-floor window which replaces entrance to former bridge, spanning road, across to Sanderson's main factory building. North elevation: east bay has narrower round-arched windows, the 3rd floor blind; ground floor windows of 2 right bays blocked, with one inserted door. West end: ground floor windows altered, that on right blocked and with 1987 round-arched fire-escape door; that on left now entrance. East end: left bay has round-arched doorway and various windows, some flat. Arched; 1968 windows to 3rd floor. Interior: cast-iron columns, reducing in diameter on successive floors, support steel joists and corrugated-iron-shuttered arched concrete floors. Stair rises around lift shaft. Roof originally was double pitched with glazed north sides; north parapet lined with glazed white brick to reflect light down through roof. An important Arts and Crafts factory building and the only industrial building which Voysey designed. The Buildings of England, Middlesex, N Persner (1951) p37; Edwardian Architecture, A Service (1977) pp128, 131; Charles F A Voysey, Architect, D Gebhard (1979), p 27; The Great Perspectivists, G Stamp (1982) p148. ------------------------------------

BARLEY MOW PASSAGE W4 1. 4419 Warehouse TQ 2078 10/251 II 2. Formerly Sanderson's Wallpaper Factory. 1902 C F A Voysey. Built as wall-paper factory for Messrs Sanderson. Simple, free-standing; 4-storeys; pronounced piers, 5 bays and 2 to return; wide, segmentally arched windows; small, circular windows top storey. Faced with white glazed bricks, banded and dressed with black: small cornice below to storey; shaped parapet, piers, rising higher East side apparently altered; West side metal fire escape.

 

References

The Builder's Journal & Architectural Record, XVII, 1903, pp. 26 & 32.

The Journal of Decorative Art and Wallpaper News, 1905, supplement pp. 16-23.

 

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Design of a building in 1897 (not by Voysey)

1897
Cross Street, Islington, London,
photo taken in 1976

 

1897
Cross Street, Islington, London,
photo taken in 1976

 

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