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Halsey Ricardo Halsey Ricardo

Plaque: Halsey Ricardo

Erection date: 1928


Halsey Ricardo designed this house 1914.
In Memoriam ACP 1928 CMP

Site: Halsey Ricardo (1 memorial)

SW3, Old Church Street, 117

From The Modernists Journals Project we lean that this house was "designed by Halsey Ricardo for his daughter Anna ... and Maresco when they married" and that in 1953 their daughter Naomi was a student at the Central School of Arts and Crafts and living with her parents in this house which was full of with works of art.

The plaque, inside the porch on the left wall, was erected by the Pearces (ACP and CMP) in 1928, the year Ricardo died.

At RIBAPix and again you can see Ricardo's drawings for this house.

We've found a few other architects who built houses for themselves (in Ricardo's case, for his daughter), listed at Geoffrey Darke.

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Halsey Ricardo

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Halsey Ricardo

Architect in the Arts and Craft style, and designer. Born Bath. Worked for 10...

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Halsey Ricardo

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Anna Catherine Pearce

Born Anna Catherine Ricardo on 9 April 1889, her birth was registered in the ...

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Charles Maresco Pearce

Artist. Grant Waters has a review of his art which was not known to us before...

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