Red House is described as an icon of the Arts and Crafts movement. Located in Bexleyheath in South East London, it was co-designed in 1859 by the architect Philip Webb and the designer William Morris for whom it would be a family home. Medievalism and Neo-Gothic styles are reflected throughout the building's design. It was constructed using Morris' ethos on craftsmanship and artisan skills with the goal of 'transforming the world with beauty'. While at Red House he created his earliest wallpaper designs. Restoration projects have restored the house which is now open to the public.
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