Design for the remodelling of Tudor House, Wells Road, Malvern, Worcestershire: perspective of garden facade with shaped gables, twin ogee-capped towers, bow windows and double staircase

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RIBApix ref no RIBA99519
Architect/DesignerTeulon, Samuel Sanders (1812-1873)
Artist/PhotographerTeulon, Samuel Sanders (1812-1873)
CountryUK: England
CityMalvern
Subject Date1852
Image Date1851
ViewExterior
StyleJacobean Revival
MediumDrawing
Library ReferenceVOS/200 f.106
OrientationLandscape
Colour / B&W Colour
Credit RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: This drawing is from an album containing drawings from between c. 1835 and c. 1851 representing designs, both executed and unexecuted, topographical drawings and details from Teulon's Continental tour of 1842 and of buildings in England. Tudor House, formerly known as Newbie (or Newby) House, was built around 1852 for Dr James Manley Gully, a great advocate of the water cure in Malvern. Newbie House provided accommodation for Dr Gully’s male patients and was attached by a ‘Bridge of Sighs’ (for use of the medical staff) to Holyrood House (circa 1840), a building erected by Dr Gully to accommodate his female patients. In the intervening years it became a school and a hotel. Lying derelict for some years and suffering a major fire, it has been fully restored and converted into apartments.

Subject tags

windows, towers, hotels