The Arts and Crafts Movement was a “solid and functional approach” to design and architecture. Largely based on the notion that good craftsmanship was necessary in providing quality decoration, William Morris, a major player in the movement, believed it also to be a “social program.” The primarily British and Scottish movement stresses an honesty in the expression of materials and the importance of functional architecture. In addition to Morris, other key architects and designers included Philip Webb, Charles Annesley Voysey, Richard Norman Shaw and Sir Edward Lutyens. Important buildings include Philip Webb’s Red House, Deanery Garden and Viceroy’s House.