Pont Street Dutch

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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[1] 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”.[2]


  1. ^ Sailing to Byzantium: An Architectural Companion (London, John Murray, 1969)
  2. ^ Nikolaus Pevsner- London 3 North West p578 London- Penguin books 1991