Architect and Designer, 1827-1881
Hardback 300pp Illustrated 277x216mm
9780300099225   Product Code: 24851
A creative and highly individual designer-architect, Thomas Jeckyll (1827-1881) was well-known during his lifetime as an architect, a restorer, a furniture and interior designer (one of the first to be influenced by Japanese sources) and for his outstanding designs in wrought- and cast-iron. Published to accompany the first exhibition devoted solely to Jeckyll's work, this volume covers the four main facets of his career with over 430 illustrations and a chapter on his 'forgotten life'.