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a life in architecture - edward king

Edward King, director of the Lakeland Arts Trust, has a view of Lake Windermere from his new office, a former dressing room at Blackwell, Baillie Scott's magnificent Arts and Crafts house in Cumbria (see pages 26-35). 'The view is framed by leaded lights and the wrought ironwork of the window stays; every stay is slightly different in design, tapering to a curve with a ball-shaped end. And my office door is opened with a leaf-shaped brass door handle mounted on a brass plate. I admire ...


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