Lululaund mansion was designed in 1886 by Henry Hobson Richardson for Hubert von Herkomer, based on Herkomer's layout of the ground plot. Herkomer named the house in honour of his deceased second wife, Lulu. The house was the only one in Europe designed by Richardson.
Most of the building was destroyed in 1939, officially due to the high cost of maintainance, but rather due to anti-German sentiment at the start of the Second World War. The red sandstone arched entrance of the original house remains, forming part of the British Legion hall today.
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Media in category "Lululaund"
The following 17 files are in this category, out of 17 total.
- British Legion hall, Bushey (Hertfordshire) 2009.jpg 2,816 × 2,112; 1.73 MB
- Lululaund - Pewter plates (A.L. Baldry 1901, before p.107).jpg 920 × 551; 63 KB
- Lululaund - Silver spoons (A.L. Baldry 1901, before p.107).jpg 565 × 843; 38 KB
- Lululaund - The Dining Room (A.L. Baldry 1901, facing p.102).jpg 748 × 620; 84 KB
- Lululaund - The Drawing Room (A.L. Baldry 1901, facing p.104 b).jpg 734 × 613; 90 KB
- Lululaund - The Drawing Room b (The Herkomers Vol.2, after p.210).jpg 839 × 613; 112 KB
- Lululaund - The Front Door Bell (A.L. Baldry 1901, facing p.106).jpg 528 × 915; 46 KB
- Lululaund 1900 vs British Legion Hall 2009.jpg 320 × 230; 22 KB
- Lululaund exterior view - (The Herkomers Vol.2, after p.190).jpg 614 × 793; 95 KB