Friday, 23 February 2007

Norris House - Claude Megson

Claude Megson's Norris House, a 'two-zoned' house that was one of his own favourites. Plans below (upper floor at top, followed by lower ground, then main ground floor), an axonometric drawing at bottom -- for some goddamned reason Claude was an enthusiast for axonometrics -- and lots more pictures here of both exteriors and interiors.


The house won a National Award in 1978.

LINKS: Norris House - The Claude Megson Blog

RELATED: Architecture

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