Studio: international art — 33.1905

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Recent Designs for Domestic Architecture

Behrens on a site two miles to the north
of Malton, adjoining the Castle Howard
Road. The style of the house is in
strict accordance with the Yorkshire
manor-houses erected in the sixteenth
and seventeenth centuries, which still
remains one of the most interesting
forms of architecture in the county.
The outside of the building will be
formed of rough cast, with Ancaster
stone dressings, and a hard West Riding
stone for the chimney caps, etc. The
elevation is relieved by the chimney
stacks being carried out into red sandy
rubbers, with wide mortar joints and
dark red and brindled blue Staffordshire
roof-tiling. The hall and drawing-room
will be carried out in walnut and oak,
and the dining-room in white painted

LODGE FOR SWINTON GRANGE F. TUGWELL, ARCHITECT . , _,. ,

deal. 1 he gate-keeper s lodge is already
complete, and the illustration shows that

SOME RECENT DESIGNS FOR the design is in harmony with the main building.
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE. Tne other illustration on this page shows a large

"living-room hall" in a riverside house designed
Swinton Grange, near Malton, of which by Mr. Leonard Wyburd. The staircase is arranged
Mr. Frank A. Tugwell is the architect, is being to go up over the ingle-nook, having a small
•erected for Captain and the Honourable Mrs. Clive window looking down into the hall itself. The

HALT. INGLE IN A RIVERSIDE HOUSE

LEONARD WYBURD, ARCHITECT
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