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  • Autor
    • Verity, Frank T.
    • Sparrow, W. S.
  • TitelFlats, urban houses and cottage homes
  • VerlagsortLondon
  • VerlagHodder & Stoughton
  • Erscheinungsjahr1906
  • Beschreibung160 S.
  • BeschreibungIll.
  • ZugriffsrechteAuch auzserhalb des TU-Netzes nutzbar

Kapitel

  • Introductory Notes on the Designing of Flats de Luxe or Mansion Flatspdf9
  • A Flat Dweller's Point of viewpdf15
  • Flats British and Foreignpdf84
  • Urban House and Cottage Homespdf105
  • How to Furnish A FlatBy one of Waring´s Expertspdf1

Abbildungen

  • Flats and Mansions, Cleveland row, St. James'sLondon ; <[Archtitect : Frank T. Verity]>pdf
  • Interior of a flat in Bida-Presth, with Furniture of Polished Mahogany Inlaid with Holly<[Architect: C.R.Ashbee]>pdf
  • Shrewsbury CourtChelsea ; London ; <[Architect: C.R. Ashbee]>pdf
  • Block of flats, Earl's Court SquareLondon ; <[Architect: R.A. Briggs]>pdf21
  • Block of Mansion flats at the Bottom of St. James'sLondon ; <[Architect: R.Norman Shaw]>pdf25
  • The Albert Hall MansionsLondon ; <[Architekt: R. Norman Shaw]>pdf26
  • Maisonette Flats<[Architect: R. Norman Shaw]>pdf27
  • Gloucester HousePiccadilly ; London ; <[Architect: T.E.Collcutt and Staney Hamp]>pdf28
  • Gloucester HaousePiccadilly ; London ; <[Architect: T. E. Collcutt and Stanley Hamp]>pdf29
  • Hyde Park PlaceLondon ; <[Architect: Frank T. Verty]>pdf30
  • Hyde Park PlaceLondon ; <[Architekt: Frank T. Verity]>pdf31
  • View of the Drawing-Room in MRS.Gabtiel's FlatLondon ; Architect: Frank T. Verity]>pdf32
  • Mansion FlatsInterior Design ; <[Architect: Frank T. Verity]>pdf33
  • Hanover HouseSt. John's Wood ; London ; <[Architect: E.P. Warren]>pdf34
  • The Mansion, Sloane GardensLondon ; <[Architect: Edwin T. Hall]>pdf35
  • Marlborough ChambersJermayn Street ; London ; <[Archtitect: Reginald Morphew]>pdf36
  • Marlborough ChambersJermyn Street ; Lonton ; <[Architect: Reginald Morphew]>pdf37
  • Bachelor's Flats with Shops on the Ground FloorLondon ; <[Architect: Reginald Morphew]>pdf37
  • View of the Entrance wirh oak StaircaseLondon ; <[Architect: Reginald Morphew]>pdf38
  • The Chimney Corner in A Sitting-RoomLondon ; <[Architect: Reginald Morphew]>pdf38
  • A new BuildingNo. 59, Mall ; London ; <[Architect: E. Guy Dawber]>pdf39
  • St. George's TerraceGloucester Road ; London ; <[Architect: Paul Hoffmann]>pdf40
  • Block of FlatsSt. George's Terrace ; London ; <[Architect: Paul Hoffmann]>pdf
  • Luxborough HouseNorthumberland Street and Paddingron Street ; London ; <[Architect: Beresford Pite]>pdf41
  • First Floor Plan and Plan of the Ground FloorsLondon ; <[Architect: Beresford Pite]>pdf42
  • Nos 18. 19, and 20, Foley StreetLondon ; <[Archtitect: Beresford Pite]>pdf43
  • Hornton CourtKensinton ; London ; <[Architect: F.S. Chesterton and J.D. Coleridge]>pdf44
  • Hornton CourtKennington ; London ; <[Architect: F.S. Chesterton and J.D. Coleridge]>pdf45
  • No. 36,St. James's Street, and No. 64,  Jermyn StreetLondon ; <[Architect: William Woodward]>pdf46
  • Alexandra CourtLondon ; <[Architect: Paul Hoffmann]>pdf47
  • the Drawing-Room as seen from the Ding-Roo in MRS. Machell-Smith´s -flattLondonpdf48
  • York Gate and Buckingham St. From a Drawing By. W. Alister Maconald in the Collection of MRS Machellpdf
  • The Dinng-Room in MES. Machell-Smith's FlatLondonpdf49
  • The Drawing-Room in MRS. Machell-Smith's FlatLondonpdf50
  • Sandringham CourtMaida Vale ; London ; <[Architect: Boehmer and Gippe]>pdf51
  • Sandringham CourtMaida Vale ; London ; <[Architect: Boehmer and Gibbs]>pdf52
  • Campden House ChambersCampden Hill ; Kensington ;  London ; <[Architekct: Balfour and Tuner]>pdf53
  • Audley HouseMargaret Street ; London ; <[J.W.Simpson and Maxwell Ayrton]>pdf54
  • Audley HouseMargaret Street ; London ; <[Architect: J.W. Simpson and Maxwell Ayrton]>pdf55
  • View of a Bedroom at No. 6Eaton Mansions ; London ; <[Architekct: Herbert Read and Mac Donald]>pdf56
  • Shops and Flats at the Corner of North Adley Streetand Oxford StreetLondon ; <[Architect: Read and Mac Donald]>pdf
  • No.Eaton Mansions Eaton SquareLondon ; <[Architect: Herbert Read and Robert F. Mac Donald]>pdf57
  • View of a Main Entrance HallEntrance Hall in a Flat ; North Gate ; Regent's Park ; London ; y<[Architect: F.M. Elgood]>pdf58
  • Nordt GatRegent's Park ; London ; <[Architect: Frank M. Elgood]>pdf59
  • FlatsMore's Gartens ; Cheyne Walk ; Chelsea ; London ; <[Architect: William Dunn and Robert Watson]>pdf60
  • View of a Small Dining-Romm in a London FlatSuggested Scheme for the Decoration of a Small Sitting-Room in a Flat <[Architect:W.A.S. Benson]>pdf61
  • Harly HouseRegents Park ; London ; <[Architect: Edward Boehmer and the late P.C. Gibbs]>pdf62
  • Harley HouseRegents Park ; London ; <[Architect: Boehmer and Gibbs]>pdf63
  • Flats in Bentinck StreetLondon ; <[Architect: William Woodward]>pdf64
  • No. 14. Hanover Square wirh Frontages to Harewood Place<[Architect: Paul Hoffman]>pdf64
  • No. 14. Hanover SquareLondon ; <[Architect:  Paul Hoffmann]>pdf
  • Coleherne CourtOld Brompton Road ; London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf65
  • Queen's CourtHagley Road ; <[Architect: F. Gilbert Smith]>pdf66
  • Shops and Residential Flats in Sauchiehall StreetGlasgow ; <[Architect: T.L. Watson]>pdf67
  • View of a Hall in a Glasgow Flat in Sauchiehall Street<[Architect: T.L. Watson]>pdf68
  • Shops and Flats Erected for the Glasgow Corporation to Improve Hope Street<[Architect: John Keppie, Honeymann, Keppie and Mackintosh]>pdf69
  • Flats Erected for the Glasgow Corporation to Improce Hope Street<[Architect: John Keppie, Honeymann, Keppie, and Mackintosh]>pdf70
  • View of A Simple Drawing-Room in A SmallLondonpdf71
  • Suggestion for the Treatment of Corridors of Vestibules in Flats<[Architect: W.A.S. Beson]>pdf72
  • This Ollustration Suggests A Means by Which the Sitting-Room in A Flat may be Connected with the Hall<[Architect: W.A.S. Benson]>pdf73
  • Suggestion fpr the Treatment of Drawing-Rooms in Flats<[Architect: W.A.S. Benson]>pdf74
  • Suggestionfor the Treatment of Library in A Flat<[Architect: W.A.S. Benson]>pdf75
  • Suggestion for the Treatment of the Library in A Flat<[Architect: W.A.S. Beson]>pdf76
  • Reproduced from an Original Design<[Architect: M.H. Baillie Scott]>pdf
  • The Drawing-Room in Major Raymond SmythiesAddison Court Gardens ; Londonpdf77
  • Hanover SquareLondon ; [Architect: Paul Hoffmannpdf78
  • A Block of Flats de Luxe<[Architect: Horace Gilbert and S. Constanduros]>pdf79
  • A Block of Flats de Luxe now Being Built in Cavendish Square on the Site of old Harcourt House<[Architect: Horace Gilbert and S. Constanduros)>pdf80
  • Paris Flats, Boulevard St. Michel, No. 87. See the Criticism on Page 86<[Architect: M.J. Nerrot]>pdf87
  • Paris Flats, Rue Decamps, No.10. See Page 90<[Architect: M. Poupinel]>pdf89
  • PlanParis Flats ; Avenue Ledru-Rollin, Nr.68. See the Criticism on Page 90 ; <[Architect: M. Montalto]>pdf91
  • Mansion FlatsParis ; <[Architect: H.P. Nenot]>pdf92
  • Paris FlatsRéaumur No. 128 at the Corner of the Rue Montmartre Nr. 109 ; <[Architect: M. Gautrin]>pdf92
  • Boulevard Malesherbes Nr. 162Paris Flatpdf93
  • Avenue Victor Hugo Nr. 167Paris Flatpdf93
  • Avenue D'antin Nr. 39pdf94
  • Mansion Flats in Vienna<[Architect: König]>pdf94
  • Rue Sédillot No. 5<[Architect: Fagot]>pdf96
  • Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré Nr. 152<[Architecht: L. Carrier]>pdf96
  • Rue Caumartin No. 68Paris Flats : <[Architect: Emile Garot]>pdf96
  • Chaussée de la Muette No. 11<[Architect: M. Thion]>pdf97
  • Rue Caulaincourt No. 43Paris Falts ; <[M.P. Rigaud]>pdf98
  • Rue de Sévres No. 4Paris Falts ; <[Architect: A.Lafon]>pdf99
  • Rue Danton and the Boulevard Saint-Germain<[Architect: M.Blavette]>pdf100
  • Rue de Vaugirard at the Corner of the Rue Régnier See the Description on PP. 98,99<[Architect: M. Delangle]>pdf101
  • No. 74. Rue du RanelaghParis ; <[Architect: Alfred Michel]>pdf101
  • Sketch for A Portion of the Dining-RoomPalazzo Rezzonico ; <[Architeckt; Frank Brangwyn]>pdf
  • Sketch for a Portion of the Dining-Room<[Architect: Frank Brangwyn]>pdf
  • These House are in Doulton´s Carrara Terra Cotta with the Maximum of Variety in its Tints<[Architect: Arnold Mitschel]>pdf
  • Estcourt HouseEnsington Palace Garten ; London ; <[Architect: E.P. Warren]>pdf121
  • Kensinton Palace  Gardens<[Architect: E-P- Warren]>pdf122
  • The Front to Cowley SteetLondon ; <[Architect: Harace Field]>pdf123
  • Two Urban House 14 and 15London ; <[Architect: Horace Field]>pdf124
  • The Garden Front 46London ; <[E. Guy Dawber]>pdf125
  • View of the Hall 46London ; E. Guy Dawber]>pdf126
  • The Dining-Room in a Small London Housepdf127
  • The Drawing-Room in a Small London Housepdf128
  • The Halland Staircase 78London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave[>pdf129
  • The Smoking-Room 78London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf130
  • The Hall 78<[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf130
  • The Drawing-Room 16London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf131
  • The Drawing-Room 16London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf132
  • View of the Hall 16London ; <[Architect: Walter Cave]>pdf133
  • Vestibule and Entrace HallGlasgow ; <[Architect; A.N.Paterson]>pdf133
  • The Drawing-RoomKingsburgh Garten ; London ; <[Architect: A.N. Paterson]>pdf134
  • View of the Parlour<[Architect: Walter H. Brierley]>pdf135
  • Bishopsbarns York<[Architect: Walter H.Brierley]>pdf136
  • Scheme for the Decoration of a Dressmaker´s Showroom<[Architect: Florence H. Laverock]>pdf
  • East gate HotelOxford ; <[Architect: E.P. Warren]>pdf137
  • HookerelWoking ; Surrey ; <[Architect: Harace Field]>pdf138
  • Teh Entrance Front<[Architect: Horace Field]>pdf138
  • HookerelWoking ; Surrey ; <[Architect: Horace Field]>pdf139
  • HookerelWoking ; Surrey ; <[Architect: Horace Field]>pdf140
  • MillmeadBramley ; Surrey ; <[Architect: Edwin L.Lutyens]>pdf
  • The Arcitects own Residence<[Architect: E.P. Warren]>pdf141
  • Breach HouseCholsey ; Berkshire ; <[Architect: E.P.Warren]>pdf141
  • This Yorkshire Home is Built Partly of Local Stone and Parkly of red Tiles from the District<[Architect: Gerald C. Horsley]>pdf142
  • Materials:Brick Walls and Roughcast a Slate Roof to Match the Existing one, Lead Glazing and Iron Casements<[Archtiect: Gerald C. Horsly]>pdf143
  • BallinduneHaslemere ; <[Architect: E.J.May]>pdf144
  • Heathcote<[Architect: Edwin L. Lutyens]>pdf
  • Heathcote<[Architect: Edwin L. Lutyens]>pdf
  • Plans of a House in Surrey<[Architect: Ernest Newton]>pdf145
  • See the Illustration Below<[Architect: Ernest Newton]>pdf145
  • A House in SurryThe Garden Front ; <[Architect: Ernest Newton]>pdf145
  • Cottages in Gloucestershire<[Architect: Ernest Newton]>pdf146
  • Spring BankWestcott ; Near Dorking ; <[Architect: Dunbar Smith and C.C. Brewer]>pdf147
  • WaysideWestcott ; <[Architect: Dunbar Smith and C.C. Brewer]>pdf148
  • Interior of a Small Country House in Hertfordshire<[Architect: C.R.Ashbee]>pdf
  • Perspective Drawing of a House now Being Built in Yorkshire<[Architect: Walter H. Bierley]>pdf150
  • View of the Dinng-RoomBeacon Wood ; <[Architect: Cossins, Peacock and Bewlay]>pdf151
  • Cottage at the School of Lady Gedeners<[Architect: Geoffry Lucas]>pdf152
  • Living-Room in a Cottage<[Architect: G.L. Sutcliffe]>pdf
  • The Dover<[Architect: G.L. Sutcliffe]>pdf153
  • Dutch Garden<[Architect: G.L. Sutcliffe]>pdf153
  • House Built for the Ascot and Sunningdale Estate<[Architect: Basil Champneys]>pdf154
  • Netherton<[Architect: W. Curtis Green]>pdf155
  • The Living-Room<[Architect: Barry Paker and Raymond Unwin]>pdf156
  • View in a House at Caterham<[Architect: Barry Paker and Raymond Unwin]>pdf
  • The Living-RoomInnisdoon ; Mansfield ; Nottinghamshire ; <[Architect: Barry Paker and raymond Unwin]>pdf157
  • A Cottage in Surry<[Architect: W.Curtis Green]>pdf158
  • FairoakWokingham ; Berkshire ; <[Architect: Horace Farquharson]>pdf159
  • LinholmeNear Dorking ; <[Architect: Horace Farquharson]>pdf159
  • A Small House Designed in Accordance with the old Yorkshire Traditions<[Architect: Harold E. Henderson]>pdf160