Lakeside School for Boys (Seattle, Wash.), elevations of academic building
|Title||Lakeside School for Boys (Seattle, Wash.), elevations of academic building |
|Alternate Title||Lakeside School |
|Architectural Firm Name||Bebb & Gould |
|Architects||Bebb, Charles H.|
Gould, Carl Freylinghausen, 1873-1939
|Client||Lakeside School |
|Date of Drawing Execution||1930 |
|Object Type||Architectural Drawings |
|Physical Description||Ink and graphite on drafting cloth: 74 x 104 cm. |
|Building Street Address||14400 First Ave N.E. |
|Building Location||United States--Washington (State)--Seattle |
|Descriptive Notes||Handwritten in title block:|
Lakeside School for Boys
First Avenue N.E. and East 145th St. Seattle WN.
Elevations of Academic Bldg.
C. H. Bebb & C. F. Gould - Architects
710 Hoge Bldg. Seattle WN.
Drawn by J.P.J. & J.R.T.
Traced by J.R.T.
Checked by C.F.G J.P.T.
Sheet No. 3
Date Feb. 1930
Handwritten beneath drawings:
|Building Style||Colonial Revival|
|Building Notes||Both Charles H. Bebb and Carl F. Gould came into their partnership having already established themselves in their respective fields as individuals and members of highly successful design teams. Joining their complementary strengths, Bebb and Gould became associates in 1914 with the agreement that Bebb would act as engineer and partner in charge of management, contracts and specifications, and Gould as principal designer and planner. In the early decades of the 20th century, Bebb & Gould flourished, designing over two hundred projects, churches, civic buildings, homes, commercial structures and monuments. These designs took on a variety of architectural styles, depending on the wishes of the client, siting, and financial considerations. The Lakeside master plan follows other eastern prep schools in its arrangement of red brick buildings trimmed with white, and playing fields nearby. A refectory, a dormitory (More Hall), and a classroom building (Bliss Hall) were constructed first, with the gymnasium, headmaster's house and other housing to follow later. The central classroom building with its clock tower is remeniscent of the Federalist style of architecture popular at the turn of the 19th century in New England, developed from Georgian neoclassical tastes but differed in its use of plainer surfaces with attenuated detail. |
|Subjects (LCTGM)||Elevations |
|Subjects (LCSH)||Lakeside School (Seattle, Wash.); School buildings--Washington (State)--Seattle--Designs and plans |
|Digital Collection||Architecture Collection|
|Digital ID Number||ARC0329 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Carl F. Gould Collection |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original drawing in RGB at 200-400 dpi, saved in TIFF format, changed to indexed color, enhanced and resized using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2006. |