1878 – Christ Church, North Kensington, London

Architect: J.E.K. Cutts

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Design selected for proposed new church published in The Building News, August 23rd 1878. “We this week give an illustration of the successful competitive design for this building. The church will be built of the most inexpensive materials, used in a way to avoid labour (and therefore expense) as much as possible in the work ; the building, therefore, relies for effect almost entirely on good proportion and the future use of stained glass and colour decoration. A full description of this design of Mr. Cutts’s, as well as of some of the other competition drawings, will be found in the Building News for April 26, 1878. “

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