Edgar Wood architecture

Edgar Wood was England's most adventurous architect between 1890 and 1914. He had outstanding vision and pioneered Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Modern…
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Edgecroft, Heywood, Lancashire. Photo by David Morris Art Deco, Home Décor, Architecture, Art Nouveau, Design, Mansions, Morris, Chris Squire, Heywood
Edgecroft, Heywood, Lancashire. Photo by David Morris
Edgar Wood Centre (aka Long Sreet Methodist Church and Schools), Middleton, Manchester. Photo by Andy Marshall, Fotofacade Rochdale Fc, English, Rhodes, Centre, Urban
Edgar Wood Centre (aka Long Sreet Methodist Church and Schools), Middleton, Manchester. Photo by Andy Marshall, Fotofacade
Upmeads, Stafford. Photo by David Morris Stafford, Architect
Upmeads, Stafford. Photo by David Morris
Halecroft, Hale, Cheshire. Photo by David Morris Houses, Ideas, British
Halecroft, Hale, Cheshire. Photo by David Morris
Lindley Clock Tower, Huddersfield. Photo by David Morris Wood, Façades, Huddersfield, Tower, Wood Architecture
Lindley Clock Tower, Huddersfield. Photo by David Morris
Banney Royd, Egerton, Huddersfield. Photo by David Morris Art
Banney Royd, Egerton, Huddersfield. Photo by David Morris
Royd House, Hale, Cheshire.  Photo by David Morris Antoni Gaudi, House Styles, High Building, House
Royd House, Hale, Cheshire. Photo by David Morris
First Church of Christ Scientist, Manchester. Photo by David Morris. Interior, Christ, Middleton, Wood Building
First Church of Christ Scientist, Manchester. Photo by David Morris.
Elm Wood School (aka Elm Street School), Middleton, Manchester.  Designed with J. Henry Sellers. Photo by Andy Marshall, Fotofacade. England, Wales, Elm Street
Elm Wood School (aka Elm Street School), Middleton, Manchester. Designed with J. Henry Sellers. Photo by Andy Marshall, Fotofacade.