Yesterday, I wrote about having a tour of one of three adjacent houses that William Lamdin designed on the west side of Springlake Way in Homeland.
In June of 1930, there was a re-print in Roland Park Homes, Gardens & People, of an article Lamdin had written for the Baltimore Sun, "Building Individuality into Houses: Result Achieved Through Co-operation with Owner and Designer."
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And in May of 1932, there was another article in RPHGP which called it the Tower House, and included floor plans.
Need a good section to understand more completely.ReplyDelete
Only plans, but look at the windows and you can see how they aren't aligned on an axis.Delete
Such a delicious residence that really breaks away from the same-old. It looks like it would have good proportions inside as opposed to some Normandy inspired towers that.This website - and the works of P&L - never cease to surprise me with an original design.ReplyDelete
That's why I love their work! Did you see the house in Gibson Island I wrote about. It's this times 10!Delete
I love the Norman work on Gibson Island with the turret and dovecot. Presumably both were sourced from the same stone quarry. As its a great texture for both exteriors. A lovely neighborhood of many stone homes but this one deserves its own secluded plot overlooking a scenic ravine perch. Nifty design and execution.Delete
Did you see the lecture I did on P&L last month? Link is here a few posts back.Delete