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W.H.Bidlake, architect

Trevor Giles Mitchell

W.H.Bidlake, architect

1861-1938.

by Trevor Giles Mitchell

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bidlake, William Henry.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph.D.), - University of Manchester, Department of Architecture.

    ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. Department of Architecture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16572195M

    Designed by the noted Birmingham architect, W H Bidlake, St Agatha’s church is an expression of the freer Arts & Crafts approach to Gothic architecture at the end of the 19th century. It is a Grade I . [Architecture] THE MODERN HOME. A Book of British Domestic Architecture for Moderate Incomes. Text by W.H. Bidlake, Halsey Ricardo & John Cash. Edited by Walter Shaw Sparrow. London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. Edition De Luxe, 14/ Signed by editor. Small folio. Calf: pp, plates in color and back & white. Moderate foxing.

    Designed by local architect W.H. Bidlake, the year-old Grade II* listed building was saved from disrepair by the local community and is now once more set to be a cultural centre with new. English: Design by the architect William Henry Bidlake for the northwest front of St Agatha's parish church, Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, drawn in ink and wash in 13 April , W. H. Bidlake () Design for St Agatha Sparkbrook Birmingham - W H Bidlake.

    Modern home. A book of British domestic architecture for moderate incomes. A companion volume to "The British home of to-day". London, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Shaw Sparrow; W H Bidlake; Halsey Ricardo; John Cash.   Built in and designed in “Wrenaissance” style by local architect W.H. Bidlake, the year-old, Grade II* listed Moseley School of Art was the first purpose-built municipal branch of the Birmingham School of Art. It became one of the leading art schools in .


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The modern home: a book of British domestic architecture for moderate incomes / the text by W. Bidlake, Halsey Ricardo & John Cash ; ed. by Walter Shaw Sparrow. Bidlake's Masterpiece The Church of St Agatha, designed by W H Bidlake, was begun in Octoberin the same year that the church it replaced - Christ Church, New Street -was demolished.

It was consecrated by W.H.Bidlake Bishop of Worcester (in whose diocese this area of Birmingham stood in ). Some such as J H Chamberlain & W.H Bidlake are reasonably well known but the book demonstrates the high quality of the local architects and the recognition particularly in the case of late nineteenth and early twentieth century architecture of its national and international importance.

William Henry Bidlake MA, FRIBA. Born Died 6 April Active: - Country of birth and death: England. Architect, teacher, headmaster. Born at Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton. He was the son of George Bidlake (born c in Walworth, London) architect and surveyor.

William Henry Bidlake (), watercolour, architectural study, the facade of a church, possibly a design for St Agatha's Church Sparkbrooke, detailed W H Bidlake MA FRIBA Architect and consecratedx 12 (cm x cm).

The son of Wolverhampton architect George Bidlake, William was a pupil of Bodley & Garner, who were leading Gothic Revival architects in the late 19th century. This Gothic grounding influenced Bidlake’s church work in particular, but his works are also significantly influenced by Arts and Crafts movement ideals.

Among architects whose work is included are J.D. Sedding, Edwin Lutyens, Aston Webb, E. Guy Dawber, Ernest Newton, Maxwell Ayrton and W.H. Bidlake. Details was absorbed into the Architectural Review in January The modern home: a book of British domestic architecture for moderate incomes, a companion volume to 'The British home of today', text by W.H.

Bidlake, Halsey Ricardo and John Cash (Hodder & Stoughton, ), pp, 55 and after The Modern Home: A Book of British Domestic Architecture for Moderate Income; A companion volume to "The British Home of Today." By W.H.

Bidlake, Halsey Ricardo, & John Cash. Edited by Walter Shaw Sparrow. New York: A.C. Armstrong & Sons; London: Hodder & Stoughton [n.d.]. (The Art and Life Library, volume 5). (Section I, 2) The Modern House in. architecture instead. (JRIBA Aprilp. ) Between and Harvey was articled to the local firm of David Smith and Son.

He also attended classes at the Birmingham Municipal School of Art where he was taught architectural history and design by W.H. Bidlake, the prominent Arts and Crafts architect.

The modern home; a book of British domestic architecture for moderate incomes; a companion volume to "The British home of to-day"; by Sparrow, Walter Shaw, ; Bidlake, William Henry; Ricardo, Halsey Ralph, ; Cash, John.

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(–) Crawford, A. Index to the Ashbee Journals at King’s College, Cambridge Crawford, A. Drawing by Bidlake, W. H., August One of 2 sheets of measured drawings of a clerestory window on the south side of the nave, Westminster Abbey.

By W H Bidlake, Architect. A fine red brick, stone dressed church with lofty clerestoreyed nave, 4 shallow aisles, transepts and chancel with flat east end.

Steep tiled roofs. found: Grove Art Online WWW site, 13 Nov. (William Henry Bidlake, b. 12 May ; d. 6 Apr. ; English architect). Warwickshire's buildings generally reflect a comfortable, well-to-do feel. Stratford-on-Avon is an excellent place to see the buildings of a late medieval and Georgian country town.

The great medeival fortresses of Warwick and Kenilworth Castles are among the leading exemplars of their type. The superb range of country houses and landscaped gardens extends from the medieval perfection of Reviews: 1.

Its plain, rugged stone exterior shelters a well-crafted interior, with excellent carved fireplace surrounds. There were many architects of this calibre – Muthesius discussed work by W.H. Bidlake, Cecil Brewer, Walter Cave ad Leonard Stokes to round out his survey, and, of course, the early work by Lutyens, which I flagged up in Part I.

The recent support of Andy Munro, Jewellery Quarter Operations Director for Birmingham’s planned new Central Library – and his disregard for the current one – provokes a response from the author of the Pevsner city guide Andy Foster, The Stirrer [] I read Andy Munro’s piece with mixed feelings.

The first was a great wave of intellectual triumph.Church of St Oswald SP 18 NW 8/15 II* 2. Begun inthe west front added in By W H Bidlake, Architect. A fine red brick, stone dressed church with lofty clerestoreyed nave, 4 shallow aisles, transepts and chancel with flat east end. Steep tiled roofs.

Bellcot behind west gables. InThomas Burman of Waring's Green commissioned the building of the tower in memory of his parents; it cost about £ In Miss Elizabeth Burman commissioned the rebuilding of the nave and chancel by the architect W.H.

Bidlake.