Wolfen Mill, Chipping, Lancashire: the first-floor living room cum studio looking into the double-height hall
|Library Reference||AP137/162 (Gibson 153301)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Mills ; Conversion of buildings ; Architects' houses|
NOTES: This was originally an old corn mill, converted into a cotton mill in the 18th century and then used as a cheese dairy in the 1960s until 1969 when it was bought by the architect Raymond Burton who converted it into a home for himself and his wife.
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