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Lectures by Francis Lorne
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A standard of values for architecture to-day

Typewritten paper, read by Francis Lorne to the Northern Architectural Association at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Lorne calls for architecture to be original, simple, attractive, and co-operative, before expanding on each of these four principles. A number...

Lorne, Francis

Design in relation to building and manufacture

Typewritten paper, read by Francis Lorne at the Glasgow School of Art, concerning the relationship between designers, manufacturers, and schools of art. Lorne describes the reluctance of the three groups to co-operate and envisages a closer relati...

Lorne, Francis

Lectures by Francis Lorne

  • DC 079
  • Collection
  • 1930-1948

Collection of typewritten notes for lectures on architecture by Francis Lorne of Burnet, Tait & Lorne.

Lorne, Francis

Modern flats in London

Typewritten paper by Francis Lorne describing the social and financial reasons for the modern flat typology, and outlining the fundamental requirements that they should meet. It is not known where the paper was read, however it is dated to Lorne&#...

Lorne, Francis

Passage on flats

Typewritten page briefly describing the varying options for contemporary communal living in flats. The text may be connected to a lecture by Francis Lorne on modern flats, but the page is not numbered and appears distinct. The date of the text is ...

Lorne, Francis