An architect whose working life started in 1925, John Brandon-Jones was, according to one's position, an anachronistic survivor from the pre- war world, a defender of Tradition against Modernsim, or an expert on Philip Webb, W R Lethaby and C F A Voysey, whose reputations he helped to recover from obscurity. His architecture was based primarily on good construction, and, like those late Victorians he admired, only lightly inflected by specific historical styles. Brandon-Jones's best-known ...
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