6 SEPTEMBER 1919, Page 13


(TO THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."] SIR,—The report on the experimental Pise cottage in process of erection at NewlandS Corner that appeared in last week's Spectator has produced so many inquiries that I have so far been unable to reply to them all individually. I hope, however, before long to send further particulars for publication, together with the plan and specification clauses particularly applying to the Pise work. As soon as the cottage has been finished, I shall hope to make arrangements whereby those interested in this system of building may have opportunity for inspecting it, and for judging its merits and possibilities for themselves. In the meantime any further inquiries should be addressed to me at 14 Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 1.—I am. Sir, he., CLOUGH WullAms-ar.im.