Voysey


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Voysey

(ˈvɔɪzɪ)
n
(Biography) Charles (Francis Annesley). 1857–1941, British architect and designer of furniture, fittings, and decor
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Sheridan Voysey READ: Romans 1:18-25 The beauty of creation reflectsthe beauty of our Creator.
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The property was designed by Baillie Scott, the highly renowned English architect and artist who was famous for his Arts and Craft Voysey style reminiscent of the neo Georgian period.
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Private commissions as a landscape gardener followed, some for notable architects including Charles Voysey at Moor Crag and Baillie Scott at Blackwell, both on the banks of Lake Windermere.
The most covetable community is Cassique, known for its British countryside style architecture and Club House which offers the restaurant, Voysey's with a menu crafted by the acclaimed Tom Colicchio.
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I hope I'll say: "I'd spend it in prayerful retreat." -- Sheridan Voysey
The court heard Fry, a carer from Voysey Place in Fairwater, had no previous convictions.
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Roofer Le-Van, of Voysey Gardens, Basildon, Essex, was locked up for three years for his "lesser role".
Aside from his pewter and silverwork, his jewellery, carpets, textiles, book illustrations, memorial stonework, illuminated lettering and ceramics made him at least the equal of other designers of the era such as Mackintosh, Voysey, Hoffmann and C.R.