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Partnership in Planting.
A Lutyens house in a Jekyll garden
Dr Mervyn Miller, Architect, Town Planner & Historian Wednesday 25 October 2017

The collaboration of Sir Edwin Lutyens produced a unique interaction between architecture and planting, seen at its best at Munstead Wood, Hestercombe and Folly Farm.

Dr Mervyn Miller is an architect, town planner and historian.  He is Life President of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, Life President of Letchworth Garden City Society and the Architectural Advisor to the Lutyens Trust.  He is a lecturer and prolific author.