Henry Chapman Mercer's Fonthill Fonthill is a concrete castle that reflects Mercer's interest in ceramic tiles from Europe, Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. The majority of his tile collection is inset into the concrete walls of the structure.
An early example of poured concrete construction, Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, was built by American archeologist and designer Henry Chapman Mercer to showcase his decorative tiles and prints. - Most Magnificent Castles of the U.
Visiting Fonthill Castle: One of Pennsylvania's Most Awe-Inspiring Buildings