Arts and Crafts Architecture
Gallery Five

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Driveway approach to an English Arts and Crafts inspired house. One of Irving Gill's early works, designed when he partnered with William Hebbard. Gateway into the combined house and studio complex for 3 architects and their families. This was part of Gesellius's original home. Rear view of the studio and the site of Armas Lindgren's house (mostly burned and replaced by a different design) from below.
Hebbard & Gill
George Marston House
1904-05. San Diego, CA
Saarinen, Gesellius,
& Lindgren. Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland
Saarinen, Gesellius,
& Lindgren. Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland
Rear view of an English Arts and Crafts inspired house, designed by the early American modernist, Irving Gill. Courtyard view of Saarinen's own house. Side view of Saarinen's home.
Hebbard & Gill
George Marston House
1904-05. San Diego, CA
Eliel Saarinen
House at Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland
Eliel Saarinen
House at Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland
Side view of an English Arts and Crafts inspired house, showing evidence of Irving Gill's trademark minimalism. Rear view of Saarinen's house from below. Garden wall and stair at rear of Saarinen's home.
Hebbard & Gill
George Marston House
1904-05. San Diego, CA
Eliel Saarinen
House at Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland
Eliel Saarinen, House
& Garden at Hvittrask
1901-04. Finland

"Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan."

- Eliel Saarinen (1873-1950), as said quoted by son Eero in Time, July 2, 1956.


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