49, Glebe Place

49, Glebe Place (1920). Chelsea, London. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928). According to Cherry and Pevsner, this house and studio, his only London building, was harmed by ther addition of an upper floor in 1924: “The distinctive elevation has been emasculated by the upper floor added in 1924, but Macintish's austerewhite plaster ground floor remains, with the quirky feature of a continous raised band running over the end doors and below the two central windows, between which a chimney-stack once rose above the low eaves” (576). Another view (from the left). [Click on the photograph above to enlarge it.]

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Bibliography

Cherry, Bridget, and Nikolaus Pevsner. London 3: North West. “The Buildings of England.” New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2002.


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