SILCOCK & REAY, ARCHITECTS
life, and the joy in stating it, are everywhere.
There is not a trick, a hesitation, a falsity, a cheap
effect—no priggishness, nor “artiness,” nor weak-
ness of will in a thing that he does. It must be a
rare delight to reach such power and achievement
and still be young.
Art such as this must live.
ECENTDESIGNS IN DOMESTIC-
We give illustrations this month of a
group of cottage homes at Churchill, Somerset,,
from the designs of the architects, Messrs. T. B.
Silcock, B.Sc., F.S.I., and S. S. Reay, F.R.I.B.A.,
of Bath and London. These cottage homes have-