Commercial buildings in varying styles
Hampstead, London NW3
Two stucco buildings dating from the early nineteenth-century or before flank a variation on the Pont Street Dutch style that derives from Norman Shaw. Note how the brick and white stone façade extends only one-third of the way back, the remainder using the cheaper brown brick.
Photograph and text George P. Landow
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