Baillie Scott Architect – Arts & Crafts Buildings

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Arts & Crafts Buildings in England + Scotland, UK Design Studio Information

M H Baillie Scott – Key Projects

Key Buildings by this British Arts & Crafts Architect

Blackwell – The Arts and Crafts House, Windermere, Cumbria, England, UK
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Blackwell Windermere Blackwell Bowness Blackwell Windermere
pictures © Isabelle Lomholt
Blackwell – The Arts and Crafts House in Windermere – news 7 Aug 2013
The building refurbishment took place in 2003
Renewal design: Allies and Morrison Architects
Listed building
Cumbria Building
Blackwell retains many of its original decorative features, including a rare hessian wall-hanging in the Dining Room, leaf-shaped door handles, curious window catches, spectacular plasterwork, stained glass and carved wooden panelling by Simpsons of Kendal. The rooms contain furniture and objects by many of the leading Arts & Crafts designers and studios – metalwork by WAS Benson, ceramics by Pilkingtons and Ruskin Pottery and furniture by Morris & Co., Stanley Webb Davies, Ernest Gimson and Baillie Scott himself.
source: Blackwell – The Arts and Crafts House

High Ground House, Borrowdale, Cumbria, England
Date built: –
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 this the renowned Arts & Crafts Architect who also designed ‘Blackwell’ overlooking Windermere.

Priestcliffe, Newlands, Hertfordshire, southern England, UK
Date built: 1909

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

Trunch, Saltwood-in-Hythe, Kent, England, UK
Date built: 1923

White house, Helensburgh, Scotland

Located in the same affluent west Scottish town where one of Charles and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh’s most famous works is located. Hill House in Helensburgh, considered second only to the Glasgow School of Art in architectural importance, and was designed and built for the publisher Walter Blackie in 1902-04. The White house Helensburgh predates the famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Waterlow Court Walk, Heath Close, London NW11, England, UK
Date built: 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

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British Architects related to M H Baillie Scott:

Rennie Mackintosh

CFS Voysey

Edwin Lutyens

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