The hall of Bowood House, with its cantilevered staircase, was converted from a dining room in the Fifties, under the direction of John Fowler. The soft yellow walls are a perfect compliment to the wooden floors.
Remodelling project on 1960s estate house in Hampshire. The design reduced the palette of materials and introduced multiple shallow mono pitched roofs, aluminium windows, Cedar cladding and rendered elevations.
Arthur W. Plaisted was a prolific architect during the inter-war years, designing residential properties, shops, offices, garages and churches in a variety of styles. Park Towers, built in 1938, a three storey block of 18 apartments in Adams Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, is one of his most significant works - Adrian Yekkes: Australian Art Deco - treasures in Melbourne's suburbs