The Studio, Duke's Head Yard, Highgate, London: the larger of the two bedrooms on the first floor
|Architect/Designer||Tayler & Green|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Artists' houses & studios ; Bedrooms ; Mirrors ; Beds|
NOTES: Commissioned in 1937 by the Punch cartoonist Roger Pettiward (Paul Crum), this three-storeyed, open-plan house was Tayler & Green's first work. It provided a large studio-living room with living accommodation attached, which occupied the whole of the second floor. It was built of brick and rendered a shade of terracotta.
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