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Architecture of London

23 July 2009

1894 – Hammersmith Town Hall Competition

Architect: Pugin & Pugin As published in The Building News, April 20th 1894.

23 July 2009

1894 – Public Offices, Leyton, London

Architect: F.M. Tulloch

23 July 2009

1894 – St. Peter’s Church, South Tottenham, London

Architect: J.S. Alder

31 May 2010

1894 – St.Katherine’s Lodge, Regents Park, London

Architect: Lee & Pain Perspective View, Elevations & small plan as published in The Building News, October 5th 1894.

23 July 2009

1894 – The Institute of Chartered Accountants, Moorgate Place, London

Architect: John Belcher Designed in Belcher’s own version of Victorian Baroque, in which he incorporates sculpture into the facade. He was a founder of the Art Workers Guild, and felt that his loose...

20 July 2010

1894 – The Rectory, Brondesbury, London

Architect: Charles R. Baker King As published in The Building News, September 14th 1894. Severely damaged during the Second World War.

11 June 2009

1894 – Tower Bridge, London

Architect: Wolfe Barry & Horace Jones The Tower Bridge, named after its two impressive towers, is one of London’s best known landmarks. This Victorian Bridge is now more than 100 years old. Designed...

04 November 2009

1895 – Brompton Oratory, Kensington, London

Architect: Herbert Gribble Chosen after an architectural competition, The Building News and the British Architect were generally critical of Herbert Gribbles chosen design, who was only 29 when he won the competition. The...

06 July 2010

1895 – House at Streatham, London

Architect: Edward B. Wetenhall Perspective View including Plans published in The Building News, June 28th 1895.


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