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Architecture of East England

10 August 2009

1910 – St. Helens Church, Ranworth, Norfolk

Architect: Davidson & Macrae

05 June 2011

1919 – “The Stone & Faggot” Inn, Little Yeldham, Essex

Architect: Basil Oliver Closed as a public house, and converted into a private residence. In the village bakery in the 18th century, faggots of sticks were used to heat stones on which bread...

11 January 2012

1919 – Easton Lodge, Dunmow, Essex

Architect: Philip Tilden In 1847, almost the whole of the Elizabethan part of the mansion was destroyed by fire. Although uninsured, the property was rebuilt in Victorian Gothic style at a cost of...

05 June 2013

1919 – Entrance, Skefko Ball Bearing Works, Luton, Bedfordshire

Architect: Alfred Brumwell Thomas Now known as SKF, it was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden by Sven Wingqvist, inventor of the double row self-aligning ball bearing. Founded in Luton in 1911 with 150 employees....

15 June 2013

1919 – House at Digswell, Hertfordshire

Architect: Andrew Grey Published in The Building News, December 5 1919: “This small house with stable block stands on a gently sloping site of about two acres. The outbuildings comprise coach-house, stable, harness-room...

14 January 2012

1919 – Pennyfeather Memorial Buildings, Barnet, Hertfordshire

Architect: W. Charles Waymouth “This institution was erected a short time since. The exterior view now reproduced was exhibited at the Royal Academy last summer. The accommodation, a hall to seat 450 adults....

14 January 2012

1919 – Roadside Cottage, Hertfordshire

Architect: Andrew Gray “This cottage, built on a fairly large site. stands detached and well back from the highway. The first floor contains three bedrooms, bathroom, a boxroom and linen store. The external...

05 April 2013

1919 – Two Unit Concrete Cottages, Clockhouse Way, Braintree, Essex

Architect: Charles H. B. Quennell Published in The Building News, October 24 1919: “Two Unit Concrete Cottages, Braintree, Essex. Plan, elevation, and view. Messrs. Charles H. B. Quennell, F.R.I.B.A., and W.F. Crittal, Architects....

20 May 2012

1920 – Cottages and Village Shop, Kings Walden, Hertfordshire

Architect: Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel From The Building News, August 27 1920: “The illustration is of two of several pairs of cottages recently erected or in course of erection on the estate of Major...