tue07may6:30 pmtue7:30 pmFeaturedOnline Lecture: Builders as architects - and their significant influence in town and country: the Morris and Wild families of Sussex as case studies 1720-1840Online lecture by Sue Berry6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Book Now
£5 members/£7 non-members Arthur and John Morris played an important role in the development of Coombe, Firle and Glynde Places in Sussex and worked on houses in Lewes. They dealt directly
£5 members/£7 non-members
Arthur and John Morris played an important role in the development of Coombe, Firle and Glynde Places in Sussex and worked on houses in Lewes. They dealt directly with clients even when there was an architect. Amon and Amon Henry Wilds worked mainly in two towns, Amon Henry shifting from builder to architect. He made a big impact on Brighton, designing houses, projects, churches and chapels. There must have been many more local entrepreneurs like these and we need to know more about them. The Wilds moved to Brighton and undertook speculative development as well as worked for clients. The Morris family did not, Lewes did not offer the same opportunities. Sue Berry will investigate these interesting characters.
The talk starts at 6.30pm.
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