1878 – Southwark Diocesan Seminary, London

Architect: A.J. Adams

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Quadrangle & Cloister, Southwark Diocesan Seminary – Perspective & Section View including plans published in The Building News, August 2nd 1878. “This design, by Mr. A.J. Adams, for the new buildings of the Diocesan Seminary of the Roman Catholic diocese of Southwark, gained the second prize in a limited competition of six architects. The building provides accommodation for eighty inmates, students and professors. The plan is arranged so as to pre- serve some fine trees at present on the site, and to give views to the living-rooms over the gardens. The estimated cost was 24,000. The style is English Gothic of a collegiate type.”

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