Door Print in depth - An Edgar Wood Brace

February 23, 2016



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These articles are designed to give added value, depth and context to your Door Print.

The two yellow doors circled in the Door Print above date from 1900 and are from a house designed by architect Edgar Wood

Wood was an architect from the north west of England who produced some remarkably radical buildings which pre-cursored modernism. 

The 1900 building in Middleton north of Manchester is unique in that it is a sort of hybrid.

A traditional approach to house building but with the elements of modernism rooted within it. Clean simple lines and the use of simple materials (such as brick) as decoration.

Here are some more images of the doors and building in context:

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