The Studio yearbook of decorative art — 1909

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DAWBER,E.Guy,F.R.I.B.A.
22 Buckingham Street, Adelphi,
London.
Mr. Guy Dawber, one of the most
prominent English architects, has
designed houses all over England.
Examples of his work appeared in
The Studio Year Book for 1907
(pp. 53 and 105), and an article by
him on Recent Domestic Archi-
tecture was published in the Year
Book for 1908.

GARDEN SEAT DESIGNED BY PROF. PETER BEHRENS
EXECUTED BY BEISSBARTH AND HOFFMANN

EMMEL, Professor Bruno,
Bahnhof Strasse, Znaim, Mo-

CZERMAK, Gottfried,
Briinn, Moravia.
Herr Czermak confines himself
chiefly to architecture, interior de-
coration and furniture. He has
designed several flats and villa
interiors, and is art director of Sig-
mund Deutsch & Co.’s furniture
workshops at Briinn. He designed
the day and night nurseries at the
“Kind und Kunst” Exhibition in
the Erzherzog Rainer Museum for
Art and Industry at Briinn. He
has also designed various deco-
rative objects and has given his
attention to children’s toys, some
of which are most original and
practical.

HALL FIREPLACE AT SOMERSLEY
DESIGNED BY H. E. CLIFFORD, F.R.I.B.A.


ravia.
Herr Emmel has identified himself more parti-
cularly with ceramic designs, and on leaving the
Imperial School of Arts and Crafts at Vienna,
entered the firm of Redlich Bros, as art manager.
He has, however, followed various branches of
decorative art, and has designed furniture and
other articles for interior equipment, besides
stencils and toys. He is now a Professor at
the Fachschule in Znaim.

Wigtownshire; the Mansion House, Argyll-
shire ; and Battlefield Church, Glasgow.

CURJEL and MOSER, Karlsruhe.
Herren Curjel and Moser are well known
through the large number of country and
town houses which they have designed and
decorated, not only in Karlsruhe, but in vari-
ous other localities in Baden, and
also in Switzerland. Two interiors
of villas at Aarau and Steinach are
illustrated here (p. 3), while an
interesting drawing of a villa in
Baden was reproduced in colour in
The Studio Year Book, 1908 (Gr).

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