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Studio: international art — 36.1906

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Some Recent Designs in Domestic Architecture

execution one
and the same
process.

Considering
that at the
BurslemSchool
the majority of
the students are
only able to
devote their
evenings to the
work, the re-
sults are most
gratifying.

The enthusi-
asm with which
the students
pursue their

SOME RECENT DESIGNS IN
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE.

We give here views of various residential
houses at Pangbourne, Oxon, and North wood,
Harrow, and Great Stanmore, Middlesex, for the
design of which Mr. Arnold Mitchell is respon-
sible, and of some proposed cottages near Market
Drayton from the designs of Mr. Sidney Castle.

The house at Pangbourne is built of red brick,
with bright-red tile-hung walls and dark tile roofs.
The house has been added to more than once ;
hence its rambling picturesque exterior. For the
billiard-room bay, of which a view is given by
itself, Ham Hill stone and tiles of local manu-
facture have been used. The house at Northwood
is constructed of brick and tile, with white plaster
frieze. It contains four sitting-rooms and seven

CUP AND SAUCER

BY ERNEST WAIN WRIGHT

studies is very encourag-
ing, and may be accounted
for by the fact that the
work is made attractive
and interesting, that but
little restraint is imposed
on the students, who re-
cognise a sound artistic
training as essential to
their success. In the last
few years much has been
done in this country to
make our art education
real and practical, but it
is still far behind that
imparted in the art and
crafts schools of the Con-
tinent ; and I fear that
little can be done to make
our art schools as useful
as they should be to rhe
industries of the country,
until manufacturers realise
that art - school training
must of necessity form
part of the craftsman’s ap-
prenticeship, and until
they understand the in-
timate relationship of art
to manufacture.

E. N. S.

HOUSE AT PANGBOURNE : BILLIARD ROOM ARNOLD MITCHELL, ARCHITECT

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