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The World of Interiors is the most influential design magazine. Always relevant, always unpredictable, it doesn't so much fit into the market as define it. I am over the moon the #AnneSpencerMuseum is featured in the July 2018 issue with 19 photographs by John M. Hall, NY who captures my Interior Design and restoration work over the past ten years. I am grateful to the #WorldofInteriors for sharing Anne and Edwards creativity and lovely home with the world. #historical#poet#ourlynchburg#theburg#lynchburgva#interiordesign Thank you @carolprisant for the well written article. #grateful 🌸
The House that Moved "Exeter had long been famous for its ancient and historic buildings. However, the slum clearance of the 1920's and 30's around Exe Island and the West Quarter, followed by the bombing of May 1942 saw many historic buildings disappear. When the new road system from the Exe Bridge, bypassing the town centre was planned, a new inner bypass was to be constructed, with the loss of more historic buildings.
A House for Saving
Number 16 Edmund Street, or Merchant House, was a Grade II listed building, in the way of the new road and was scheduled for demolition. The house was thought to date from about 1430. It was certainly one of the oldest surviving houses in Exeter. In a poor state of repair, it didn't seem that important a loss. However, with pressure from archaeologists, it was listed just in time, as an important building of architectural and historic significance, and the demolition was halted. Exeter City Council, with help from the government decided to spend £10,000 to have the house moved out of the way of the new road"