Plaque

The Red House

Erection date: 1969

Inscription

Red House, built in 1859 - 60 by Philip Webb, architect, for William Morris, poet and artist, who lived here 1860 - 1865.
Greater London Council

Site: Red House (1 memorial)

DA6, Red House Lane, Red House

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesof london.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
The Red House

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William Morris (designer)

Designer, author and visionary socialist.  Born Elm House, Walthamstow, Essex...

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Philip Webb

 Architect.  Born Oxford. 1856 moved to London and joined the circles around ...

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The Red House

Located in Bexleyheath, it was co-designed by Philip Webb and William Morris,...

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The Red House

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Greater London Council

Replaced the LCC. The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could...

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