1870 – Business Premises, The Poultry, London

Architect: R.H. Moore


From The Builder, May 21, 1870: The material of front and back is white Suffolk brick; the principal cornices string course, window heads, carved caps, and carved work generally are in Conflans stone similar to that used by the same architect at the Hop and Malt Exchange Southwark Street and which he thinks stands the London atmosphere well. Mansfield stone is used for the columns to the upper windows and Peterhead granite for the fronts with Portland stone piers and pedestals and light grey polished granite for bases in the Poultry front

Latest News

October 14, 2016: Irish Architectural Archive’s new publication ‘House and Home’
October 12, 2016: Desmond Guinness Scholarship 2016 open for applications
October 5, 2016: Newbridge House Study Day

Email Newsletter

Signup to receive email updates of new additions to Archiseek.com