DescriptionFurther S in Mead Lane, PARK FARM, by Lutyens for Major James Morrison, who inherited in 1910.* Brick, not large, with a massive chimneystack and an absurdly steep roof one side: a typical piece of Lutyens whimsy.
* In 1917 Morrison commissioned Lutyens to design a village with a church which would serve as a war memorial, along with almshouses, an institute and a communal kitchen, but nothing came of it. (Tyack et al, 2010, p.151)
BibliographyTyack G, Bradley S, Pevsner N (2010) Berkshire. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.
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ClientCol JA Morrison