Introduction
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (28 May 1857 – 12 February 1941) was an English architect and furniture and textile designer. Voysey's early work was as a designer of wallpapers, fabrics and furnishings in a simple Arts and Crafts style, but he is renowned as the architect of several country houses. He was one of the first people to understand and appreciate the significance of industrial design. He has been considered one of the pioneers of Modern Architecture, a notion which he rejected. His English domestic architecture draws heavily on vernacular rather than academic tradition, influenced by the ideas of Herbert Tudor Buckland (1869–1951) and Augustus Pugin (1812–1852). The Sanderson wallpaper factory (1901) in Chiswick, which he designed, is named Voysey House in his memory.
Wikidata
Q2601234
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Introduction
British architect.
Nationalities
British, English
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Designer
Names
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, Charles F. A. Voysey, C. F. A. Voysey, C F. A. Voysey
Ulan
500002324
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