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Munstead Wood, the house designed for Gertrude Jekyll - by her protege, Ned Lutyens

Architectural Greats - Edwin Lutyens

The Edwin Lutyens–designed Marshcourt estate, with its leaded windows and barley-twist chimneys, is most impressive when viewed from the rear.

The Edwin Lutyens–designed Marshcourt estate, with its leaded windows and barley-twist chimneys, is most impressive when viewed from the rear. ARCHITECT: Edwin Luytens DESIGNER: Robert Couturier Inc.

Garden at Munstead Wood, I was lucky enough to visit many years ago on an Open Day through the National Garden Scheme

To historians, this is one of the most famous gardens in England. It belonged to Gertrude Jekyll and she employed Edwin Lutyens to design the house.

GLADSTONE HALL LUTYENS Classicist Blog | Page 16

Gledstone Hall, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Love the classic boxy architecture and front-facing windows.

CHARLES F.A. VOYSEY (English): The Orchard, Chorley Wood, Hertfordshire, UK. 1900.  In addition to his buildings, Voysey designed wallpapers, fabrics and furnishings in a simple Arts & Crafts manner. He died in Winchester, England in 1941. LINK for more.

Christopher Vickers is a specialist maker of the finest quality handmade Arts & Crafts furniture, metalwork & lighting, inspired by and to the original designs of CFA Voysey, Ernest Gimson, WAS Benson & the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft.

https://flic.kr/p/5CamfK | Cottages by Lutyens, Shere

https://flic.kr/p/5CamfK | Cottages by Lutyens, Shere

Munstead Wood, Godalming in Surrey, built for Lutyen's great friend and patron Gertrude Jekyll

Munstead Wood, Godalming in Surrey, built for Lutyen's great friend and patron Gertrude Jekyll

Munford Wood, Surrey, Edwin Lutyens

Munford Wood, Surrey, Edwin Lutyens

Munstead Wood Home of famous landscape designer Gertrude Jekyll  - Surrey

"The Gooseberry Bush" was filmed at Munstead Wood, Godalming, Surrey.

Sir Edwin Lutyens's Orangery at Hestcombe, Somerset. This mid and late 18th-century landscaped garden, originally created by Coplestone Warre Bampfylde, has early 20th-century  formal gardens designed by Lutyens with planting by Gertrude Jekyll.  Registered Grade I.

Sir Edwin Lutyens's Orangery at Hestcombe, Somerset. This mid and late landscaped garden, originally created by Coplestone Warre Bampfylde, has early formal gardens designed by Lutyens with planting by Gertrude Jekyll. Registered Grade I.

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