House at Bracknell Gardens
 Hampstead, London,
 for W. C. Lawrence.

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A further design for the house was prepared but the project was abandoned because the vendor of the land would not allow the best room to face south over the garden.

The windows have iron casements and stone dressings. In the RIBA drawing the roof is of red tiles and the walls are of red brick, whereas in The British Architect illustration the walls are roughcast and the roofs are of green slate.


Academy Architecture, XXVI, 1904, pp.47 & 105.

Builder's Journal & Architectural Record, XX, 1904, p.20.

The Studio XXXI, 1904, p.129.

The British Architect, LXV, 1906, p.436; different design in BA, illus. of plans & elevations not corresponding to the RIBA drawing.