Daisy Bank Church, Viuctoria Park Building, Manchester, England, Images, Location

Arts & Crafts church Manchester : Daisy Bank Road

Manchester Religious Building, northwest England, UK

First Church of Christ the Scientist

Daisy Bank Road, Victoria Park, south Manchester

Church in the Arts & Crafts style, located in a leafy suburb.

Daisy Bank Road Church

Scanned photo by architect Adrian Welch 1990

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First Church of Christ the Scientist Manchester – Photos © Adrian Welch

Location: Daisy Bank Road, Victoria Park, Manchester, Northwest England, UK

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The Arts and Crafts style started as a search for aesthetic design and decoration and a reaction against the styles that were developed by machine-production.

Arts and Crafts objects were simple in form, without superfluous or excessive decoration, and how they were constructed was often still visible. They tended to emphasize the qualities of the materials used (“truth to material”). They often had patterns inspired by British flora and fauna and used the vernacular, or domestic, traditions of the British countryside.
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