Pont Street Dutch
Pont Street Dutch is a term coined by Osbert Lancaster to describe an architectural style typified by the large red brick gabled houses built in the 1880s in Pont Street in Knightsbridge in London. Pevsner writes of the style as “tall sparingly decorated red brick mansions for very wealthy occupants, in the semi-Dutch, semi-Queen Anne manner of Shaw or George & Peto”.
- Sailing to Byzantium: An Architectural Companion (London, John Murray, 1969)
- Nikolaus Pevsner- London 3 North West p578 London- Penguin books 1991