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Sir Edwin Lutyens. Page Street. London

Folly Farm, the historic property designed by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and with gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll. Gardens redeveloped by Dan Pearson.

Folly Farm - E. Lutyens, a garden revitalised "for the coming century" to quote Dan Pearson.

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.

An Edwin Lutyens' house with a Getrude Jekyll garden.

Les Bois des Moutiers, France ~ An Arts and Crafts house and garden by Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll.

Sir Edwin Lutyens' design, Daneshill Brick & Tile Company 1905.

Elaborate Brick Chimney by Sir Edwin Lutyens' design, Daneshill Brick & Tile…

Brick Chimney Tops | Sir Edwin Lutyens Online

Sir Edwin Lutyens: Daneshill Brick and Tile Works (detail of chimney)

The north-west view of Sullingstead (now known as High Hascombe). The house was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1896-97 for Charles Arthur Cook.

[Sullingstead, Lutyens house, refurbished by Michael Edwards. Pinned from the Traditional Architecture Group.

Sir Edwin Lutyens - "There will never be great architects or great architecture without great patrons."

Sir Edwin Lutyens - "There will never be great architects or great architecture without great patrons.

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