Baillie Scott, Architect – Arts & Crafts Buildings

Baillie Scott, Arts & Crafts Architect, Buildings, Design, Houses, Office

M H Baillie Scott : Architecture

Arts & Crafts Buildings in England + Scotland, UK

M H Baillie Scott – Key Projects

Key Buildings

Blackwell – The Arts and Crafts House, Windermere, Cumbria, England

Blackwell Windermere Blackwell Bowness Blackwell Windermere
pictures © Isabelle Lomholt

Blackwell – The Arts and Crafts House, Windermere – news 7 Aug 2013

refurbishment 2003
Allies and Morrison Architects
Listed building

Baillie Scott : Cumbria Building

High Ground House, Borrowdale, Cumbria, England

High Ground House England High Ground House England
photos : Peter Francis

Set on the lower slopes of Catbells with stunning views overlooking Derwentwater and the Borrowdale Valley in just over an acre of natural gardens High Ground is a truly magical spot. Designed by the renowned Arts & Crafts Architect M.H Baillie Scott who also designed ‘Blackwell’ overlooking Windermere.

Priestcliffe, Newlands, Hertfordshire, England
1909

Sandford Country House Hotel, Fife, Scotland
1902
Sandford Country House Hotel
image © Adrian Welch
Arts & crafts style
former Valentine House
Baillie Scott : Scottish house

Trunch, Saltwood-in-Hythe, Kent, England
1923

White house, Helensburgh, Scotland

Waterlow Court Walk, Heath Close, London NW11
1909
Arts & Crafts building: orig. designed as 50 self-contained houses for single working women

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Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott – Practice Information

Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott lived from 1865 to 1945. He was born – and died – in Kent, England, but set up practice on the Isle of Man in 1892

House, Transylvania

Scottish Architects

English Architects

English Architecture
English Architecture
photo © Adrian Welch

British Architects related to M H Baillie Scott:

Rennie Mackintosh

CFS Voysey

Edwin Lutyens

Architecture Studios

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