The Growth of the English House (page 4/6)

[picture: 25.  Haddon Hall, Derbyshire]

25. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire

“The most complete and most interesting house of this period [the fourteenth century] is the well-known Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. It consists of two courts (Fig. 24), the hall being placed in the wing which divides them. It is thus protected on both of its long sides and is thereby enabled to have larger windows than if it had been on an outside wall. [...] [more...]


[picture: 45. Warkworth Castle, Northumberland]

45. Warkworth Castle, Northumberland

The keep (cir. 1435 – 40) [more...]


[picture: Warkworth Castle, Desktop Background Version]

Warkworth Castle, Desktop Background Version

Version of Warwkworth Castle cropped, resized and hand-coloured by Liam Quin to make a computer background for your desktop (a wallpaper image). [more...]


[picture: Warkworth Castle, Northumberland: Plan of the Keep]

Warkworth Castle, Northumberland: Plan of the Keep

1. Vestibule (leading from entrance in basement)
2. Hall.
3. Chapel.
4. Great Chamber.
5. Kitchens.
6. Pantry and buttery. [more...]


[picture: 67. Brympton D'Evercy, Somerset.]

67. Brympton D’Evercy, Somerset.

Bay Windows (late 15th century). I couldn’t find anything much about the stately home and priest house that I suspect is pictured here. If you want to visit, there is a local place to stay. [more...]


[picture: 68. Fawsley, Northamptonshire.]

68. Fawsley, Northamptonshire.

Bay Window of the Hall (late 15th century) (in the Perpendicular style. There is an official web site for Fawsley Hall.) [more...]


[picture: 71. Penshurst Place, Kent]

71. Penshurst Place, Kent

Penshurst Place, Kent. The Great Hall. [more...]


[picture: Plan of Horham Hall House, Essex]

92. Horham Hall

92. Plan of Horham Hall, Essex

See also Fig. 93


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