Witherford Watson Mann: on Cedric Price's BatHat Battersea Power Station, c. 1990

... Watson Mann: on Cedric Price's BatHat Battersea Power Station, c. 1990 -----Original Message-----From: William Mann Sent: 17 January 2019 19:22To: cedric@cpa.orgCc: Stephen Witherford; William Mann; Philippa BattyeSubject: Bathat Dear Cedric,We tried to reach you by phone but gather you are still in East Grinstead. So we are sending some drawings ...


Behind the Lines 1

... he mutters to himself – still if that’s what it takes…At 9 Bemersyde Drive a male voice shouts out, ‘Who’s cut up my bloomin’ magazine?’– Philippa Lewis WE SUGGEST On the techniques of collage from the analog methods of Superstudio and those of the avant-garde such as Zünd Up during ...


Behind the Lines 2

... in a colonial in New Canaan, commute into the city and have Gloria stay home and look after their planned two children. He always seemed to get what he wanted – then she would use the KitchenAid almost every day, she supposed – but would she get this?– Philippa Lewis


Behind the Lines 6

... Richard Bentley scrabbled among assorted implements, picked out his current favourite nib and dipped it in what was left of his bottle of sepia ink.– Philippa Lewis We suggest Behind the Lines 1–5, also by Philippa Lewis; a bit of 'Architectural Anxiety' on Bentley's neo-Gothic Fireplace; Martin Bressani on Jean-Baptiste ...


Behind the Lines 3

... and asked if would he put me in his picture. He said he would. So diverting. I confess I did flirt with him a trifle…”– Philippa Lewis With grateful thanks to, and profound admiration for, The Survey of London, volume 47, Northern Clerkenwell and Pentonville, published London County Council, 2008. ...


Behind the Lines 5

... states that should the labourer’s home ‘be warm, cheerful and comfortable, he will return to it with gladness.’I await your instructions and remain, my lord,Your obedient servant,Cassius Goldsmith – Philippa Lewis WE SUGGEST On other humble, timber constructions Without Irony; and Behind the Lines 1–2, 4–6 also by Philippa Lewis.


Behind the Lines 11

... wondered why he had drawn the scythe and fork leaning against the wall to the left. Had it actually been there? He couldn’t remember. – Philippa Lewis Notes: * From Letters on England by Victoire, Count de Soligny, 1823. Changed here to reported speechJohn Tallis’s London Street Views, 1838–40 (Thomas ...


Behind the Lines 8

... tame stag and being so upset he wanted to weep for ever. Inevitably, it being a Greek myth, he became a cypress tree. Ridiculously gloomy.’– Philippa Lewis ‘Number 11’ Moos, Page from an album of designs for graveyard memorials and tombstones, 1811. Pen and ink and wash, double sheets on ...


Behind the Lines 4

... delay paying her millinery bill till well into next year. A move to the suburbs, however leafy, was completely out of the question. Perhaps he should have taken Bowers’s tip about the Leasehold Estate Investment Company seriously. – Philippa Lewis WE SUGGEST On other Behind the Lines by Philippa Lewis.


Behind the Lines 7

... in paying for every improvement that the worthy Mr Tod had proposed. And then there were the bucolic pleasures of Kensington to look forward to…– Philippa Lewis WE SUGGEST On more Behind the Lines from Pippa Lewis, several of which are on house alterations including Behind the Lines 2 and ...