Philip Webb at Red House and Standen Online lecture

29th March, 2022
Online event

An online talk by Tessa Wild Two famous houses stand at opposite ends of Philip Webb's career: Red House at Bexleyheath, built for William and Jane Morris in 1859, and Standen, near East Grinstead, built for the London solicitor James Beale and his wife Margaret, in 1891. Their history encompasses not only the development of one of England’s most influential domestic architects but also the story of the Arts and Crafts movement over a generation.
Contact: The Victorian Society
Tel: 0208 994 1019
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