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Hillfield (House A), Whipsnade Zoo Estate, Whipsnade: view from the bedroom window looking towards the living room wing

RIBA8684
Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: Designed as a 'dacha' or country retreat for Lubetkin and his family, the house was exempt from the usual planning regulations as it was located on the Whipsnade Zoo Estate. This allowed Lubetkin to compose a highly personal design intended to stand as a counter-statement to the theories of Frank Lloyd Wright about architecture and landscape. The house did not give the appearance of having grown naturally from the landscape. Indeed substantial excavation work was undertaken to make possible a flat lawn and a flat house. Like House B, although it still stands, House A has been substantially modified by successive owners.

Three bedroom flat in Highpoint One, North Hill, Highgate, London: corner of bedroom

RIBA8762
Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: The flat's interior and furniture were designed by Yorke & Breuer.

Three bedroom flat in Highpoint One, North Hill, Highgate, London: boy's bedroom

RIBA8763
Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: The flat's interior and furniture were designed by Yorke & Breuer.

Penthouse, Highpoint Two, North Hill, Highgate, London: the main bedroom

RIBA8788
Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: On completion the penthouse was occupied by Berthold and Margaret Lubetkin who furnished it with pieces made by themselves.

Miramonte, Kingston-upon-Thames, London: the main bedroom

RIBA8811
Fry, Edwin Maxwell (1899-1987)
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