1861 – Design for Unitarian Church, Dublin
Unsuccessful entry in competition to design a new Unitarian Church on St. Stephen’s Green. This entry by was described in The Irish Builder: “the materials proposed to be employed in its erection, the author recommends the adoption of English brick for the plain faces of the outside, and interior, and Portland, or Caen, for the dressings and the piers and arches of the interior. The ground-floor to be rendered fireproof by brick arching, but not included in the estimated expenses. The accommodation to be provided is for rather more than 300, the aisles to be laid with tiles”.