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Thomas Mawson

22 November 2010

1902 – “Moonhill”, Cuckfield, Sussex

Architect: P. Morley Horder with landscaping by Thomas H. Mawson Published in The Building News, May 9th 1902.

28 June 2010

1913 – The Peace Palace, The Hague, The Netherlands

Architect: Louis M. Cordonnier Andrew Carnegie, the wealthy industrialist, was asked in 1902 to consider sponsoring offices and a library for the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Fedor Martens, a Russian lawyer and diplomat...

06 May 2010

1892 – Covered Bridge, Kearnsey Court, Dover, Kent

Architect: Thomas Mawson Published in The Building News July 25th 1892. Part of a garden design by Thomas Mawson. Still existing and open to the public.

12 April 2010

1898 – Cartmel Fell, Windermere, Cumbria

Architect: C.F.A. Voysey Published in The Building News, July 27th. 1898. House to be built at Cartmel Fell, Gillhead, Windermere, Cumbria for J.W. Buckley esq. Front & Rear Perspective Views & Plans. Formal...

03 December 2009

1908 – Garden & Observatory, Stonehurst, Ardingly, Sussex

Architect: Thomas Mawson Landscape and garden design published in The Building News, July 3rd 1908.

01 July 2009

Thomas Mawson (1861-1933)

Thomas Hayton Mawson was an English landscape architect. He was in partnership with Dan Gibson from 1898 to 1900 and thereafter collaborated with him on other projects.

01 July 2009

1908 – House & Garden at Bailrigg, Lancaster, Lancashire

Architect: Wolfall & Eccles Garden designed by Thomas Mawson.