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William Weir and Dartington Hall

l b pekin

William Weir and Dartington Hall

by l b pekin

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Published by Dartington Hall Trust in [Totnes?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Weir, William, 1865-1950.,
    • Architects -- Great Britain -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementReginald Snell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA997.W45 S64 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination79 p., [12] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages79
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2463457M
      ISBN 100902386107
      LC Control Number87170874
      OCLC/WorldCa15283200

      This work was finally published by the Clarendon Press in Emery's records include extensive Latin transcripts and translations referencing Dartington. Records of archaeological excavations at Dartington include those of Colin Platt, in , who directed a team excavating the south lawn at Dartington Hall in association with Emery. Platt, C., , 'Excavations at Dartington Hall ' The Archaeological Journal Vol. p. online copy Emery, A., , 'Dartington Hall, Devonshire' The Archaeological Journal Vol. p. (reprinted with revisions in Swanton ()) online copy Hussey, C., Aug/Sept, Country Life p. , , ,

      Dartington. Devon. England. Historic County: Devonshire Circa Date: w/, 17th century, & alterations Status: Partially Extant Part of the east range was demolished in the early 19th century. House Open to Public: Yes Country House: Yes. Fine and Rare Books about Architecture, Design, Gardens, Photography & Fine Art Established +44 (0) +44 (0) [email protected] Search for: Advanced search. Janette Ray. William Weir & Dartington Hall Totnes Dartington Hall Trust

        The Barn Cinema is located within the idyllic grounds of the Dartington Hall Estate, near Totnes. The barn's exterior was reconstructed under the supervision of William Weir during the early.   The most recent major input was the work of two philanthropists – the Elmhirsts – who ‘undertook a major programme of restoration under the supervision of William Weir from to , while at the same time establishing The Dartington Hall Trust in , which promoted experimental approaches to rural reconstruction and progressive.


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William Weir () was the craftsman-architect responsible for the reconstruction of the roof of the Great Hall at Dartington.

He was recommended to Leonard Elmhirst by Lord Sandwich and was employed on the estate between andafter which he became an occasional consultant until William Weir and Dartington Hall [Snell, Reginald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Reginald Snell. Focused both on the restoration work carried out at Dartington Hall by William Weir for the wealthy philanthropist Leonard Elmhirst and on William Weir’s wider career as a pioneer building conservationist working for the SPAB.

Those who remember the late Stuart Rigold will be interested to read (pp ) Rigold’s critical comments on the accuracy of Weir’s reconstruction of Dartington. Totnes Dartington Hall Trust 80pp +illustrations. Illustrated with 16 b/w plates with [6]pp notes on the images. Small 8vo. Fine in dust wrapper.

From the collection of Gavin Stamp with his book ticket pasted onto lower edge of front paste down. Weir was a conservation architect, contemporary with Philip Webb and William Morris. The book describes and discusses his career with the last. Buy WILLIAM WEIR AND DARTINGTON HALL.

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SNELL. Dartington Hall was the subject of a major programme of restoration under the supervision of William Weir between for Leonard and Dorothy Elmhirst.

GARDENS AND PLEASURE GROUNDS The gardens and pleasure grounds lie principally to the south-west, south and south-east of the Hall.

The archives reflect the great diversity of the concerns and interests of The Dartington Hall Trust, from its beginnings in under the personal control of its founders, Leonard and Dorothy Elmhirst, and subsequently as a charitable enterprise.

Louis de Soissons and William Weir. Papers, plans, and images cover this extraordinary. Weir set up independent practice in and was admitted as a Licentiate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in William Weir is best known for overseeing repairs to historic buildings including Dartington Hall, Tattershall Castle and Bodiam Castle.

New hall built on a lavish scale. Holand beheaded and his estates forfeited to the Crown. His widow, Elizabeth, who was granted Dartington inprobably continued to live at Dartington (Emery, Dartington Hall 36).

Inherited by Sir Thomas St Leger upon the death of his wife Anne, widow of Henry Holand. By: Dartington Dartington Hall is a unique place - an exciting place to visit and enjoy year-round events, with a rich history of progressive social experimentation and innovation.

We are also an educational charity that supports learning in ecology, the arts, social enterprise and within the. The Dartington Hall Trust is based on an historic 1, acres ( km 2) estate near Dartington in south Devon. It was held by the Martin family between the early 12th and mid 14th centuries but on the death of William Martin inthe feudal barony of Dartington escheated to the crown and in was granted by King Richard II to his half brother John Holland, 1st Duke of Exeter (c WILLIAM WEIR AND DARTINGTON HALL: Books - Skip to main content.

Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Format: Paperback. Weir set up independent practice in and was admitted as a Licentiate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in William Weir is best known for overseeing repairs to historic buildings including Dartington Hall, Tattershall Castle [2] and Bodiam Castle.

[3]. The Great Hall that towers over the acre Dartington Hall Estate was built in the late 14th century for John Holland, Earl of Huntington. Half-brother to Richard II, John lost the estate (along with his head) following a failed uprising against Henry IV inand the Crown took ownership of Dartington Hall.

Dartington Hall Opens in new window 4 stars. Totnes Show on map miles from centre King William the fourth is set in Totnes in the Devon region, a 5-minute walk from Totnes Castle.

Weir View Annex is set in Totnes, 6 km from Watermans Arms, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Located metres from Totnes Castle, the property. Most of the elegant bedrooms at Dartington Hall feature an en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen TV.

The on-site award-winning restaurant offers an a la carte menu, and each carefully prepared dish is made of locally sourced ingredients Guests can reach the coast and the seaside resort of Paignton in. Dartington Hall in Dartington, near Totnes, Devon, England, is a country estate that is the headquarters of the Dartington Hall Trust, a charity specializing in the arts, social justice and sustainability.

The Dartington Hall Trust is based on an historic 1, acre estate near Dartington in south Devon. When Curzon died in bequeathing the castle to the National Trust, Weir became one of the Trust's architects, repairing some eight properties for them.

The major work of his career was the restoration of Dartington Hall, where work began in and was completed in Weir died on 8 July The Dartington Hall Trust is based on a 1, acres ( km 2) estate near Dartington in south Devon. The medieval hall was built between and for John Holand, Earl of Huntingdon, half-brother to Richard John was beheaded, the Crown owned the estate until it was acquired in by Sir Arthur Champernowne, Vice-Admiral of the West under Elizabeth I.William Weir and Dartington Hall.

Dartington Hall Trust. ISBN Torsten Lindh Erik Torsten Lindh is a Swedish Navy rear admiral. He was Inspector General of the Navy from to Lindh was born in Gothenburg, the son of managing director Arne Lindh and his wife Margareta.