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1898 – Moscow Mansions, Cromwell Rd., Kensington, London

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Architect: C.J. Pawley

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“This illustration shows the front elevation of a block of residential flats, now in course of erection, with a frontage to Cromwell-road of about 60ft. The elevation is being carried out with Lawrence’s red bricks, and terra-cotta dressings. The entrance porch is in pale green glazed brick- work, the roof is covered in green slates, and the cupolas in copper. The floors are fireproof throughout. The lifts are by Messrs. Waygood and Co. The architect is Mr. Charles J.C. Pawley, of 25, Victoria-street, S.W,, and the work is being carried out by 5Ir. W. Croodwin, builder, of Hatton-garden, E.G., at an estimated cost of £18,000.” Published in The Building News, December 16 1898.

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