International studio . residence at Hartfield in Sussex, de-signed by Mr. Morley Horder, F.R.I.B. A.The plan of tins building, which issituated in a very picturesque locality,is of interest as showing the advan-tage of grouping subordinate buildingsinto a definite scheme. The littlecottage and stable forming one sideof the court would have been verylittle more than isolated boxes, butas planned get an almost architecturalinterest and add to the value of thehouse. This is done without any lossof privacy, as none of the windowsin these buildings face towards thehouse. The walls are built of ordi

International studio . residence at Hartfield in Sussex, de-signed by Mr. Morley Horder, F.R.I.B. A.The plan of tins building, which issituated in a very picturesque locality,is of interest as showing the advan-tage of grouping subordinate buildingsinto a definite scheme. The littlecottage and stable forming one sideof the court would have been verylittle more than isolated boxes, butas planned get an almost architecturalinterest and add to the value of thehouse. This is done without any lossof privacy, as none of the windowsin these buildings face towards thehouse. The walls are built of ordi Stock Photo
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International studio . residence at Hartfield in Sussex, de-signed by Mr. Morley Horder, F.R.I.B. A.The plan of tins building, which issituated in a very picturesque locality, is of interest as showing the advan-tage of grouping subordinate buildingsinto a definite scheme. The littlecottage and stable forming one sideof the court would have been verylittle more than isolated boxes, butas planned get an almost architecturalinterest and add to the value of thehouse. This is done without any lossof privacy, as none of the windowsin these buildings face towards thehouse. The walls are built of ordi-nary local stock bricks and the roofis covered with dark hand-made tiles.The accompanying plan shows the loca-tion of the various rooms and offices onthe ground floor. The loggia adjoiningthe dining-room at the south-east cor-ner faces an old pond, which has becomean interesting feature in the garden.. SPYWAYS, HARTFIELD, SUSSEX. P. MORLEY HORDER, F.R.I.B.A., ARCHITECT 151 Studio-Talk STUDIO-TALK. spondenls.) IONDON. Mr. K. Takekoshi must benumbered among the more promisingrecruit- recently joining the rank- of—^ the etchers. The son of a provincialnor i Japan, he came to Europe aboutthree or lour years ago in pursuit oi hi> studyof architecture, visiting Italy, Switzerland, France, and England. When he came to thiscountry some eighteen months ago he wasunable to speak English. He now not onlyspeaks it fluently and has 1 een practising witha well-known firm of London architects, but hasI with distinction the examinations whichquality for Associateship of the Royal Institutetish Architect-, a since-- to which anin English on Japanese architecturecontributed. His industry and enthusiasmarried him further still, for following thepractice of so many of his British confrereshe has. in his restricted leisure, learnt etching. aquatint, soft-ground, dry-point, etc. Ourillustration, Trafa

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