V&A Pattern: C.F.A. Voysey
Voysey (1857–1941) was an architect who produced a prolificrange of pattern designs over a career that spanned 50years. His style, characterized by bold repeats, natural forms,flat tints of colour and a pared back simplicity, is quicklyidentifiable. Readers will delight in his patterns, whichretain their original freshness.
Karen Livingstone is Director of Masterplan and Estateat the Science Museum. Her previous publications includeEssential Arts and Crafts (V&A 2005) and International Arts