GORKY’S HOUSE: In love with the undulating staircase in the entrance to writer MAXIM GORKY’S home from 1931-6 which is open to the public NATIONAL TRUST style. Other palatial features include intricately formed stained glass windows, and floral mosaic and stucco decorations throughout. by Vincent Levy
Laser cut screen. The delicate skin of the lodge is perforated with a pattern inspired by self-replicating botanical cells and the design picks up a number of other key references to the architecture of the college – from the stuccoed white ceilings and timber bookcases of the library to the secret walled gardens at the west of the college.
I love everything about the exterior on this, the colours, the spacing between the top of the upstairs window and the roof, the 'hat' type roof, the nice large front door, the plants etc. :D Great look for an English house :D