May 28, 2013 / 16 notes

"If ever a man was a “rogue architect,” to use the amiable phrase of H. S. Goodhart-Rendel, surely it was Frank Furness, who gave us some of the brawniest and most aggressive buildings of the Victorian era. The roguishness is everywhere: in the muscularity of his brooding and belligerent banks; in his strangely agitated tombs; even in objects that are normally sedate, such as fireplaces and furniture…"

via The New Criterion, “Frank Furness, Rational Rogue,” Michael Lewish

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    I just have so many feelings towards Furness.
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