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Architecture of London

18 January 2014

1899 – Marlborough Hotel, Bury St., London

Architect: G.D. Martin In 1896 James Ramsay, then the proprietor of Pearce’s Hotel at the corner of Bury Street and Ryder Street, agreed with the Office of Woods and Forests for a building...

31 March 2014

1899 – Mission House, Dalston, London

Architect: H.O. Ellis This late-Victorian mission building was designed by Herbert O Ellis in 1898 for St Mark’s Church, Dalston. Later known as the Cholmeley Boys’ Club. The building was originally used as...

27 July 2009

1899 – New Infirmary, St. Mary Islington, London

Architect: William Smith

28 July 2009

1899 – New Premises, New Oxford Street, London

Architect: G.D. Martin

27 July 2009

1899 – New Residence, Green Street, Park Lane, London

Architect: Sidney R.J. Smith

27 July 2009

1899 – Royal College of Music, New Concert Hall, London

Architect: Sydney R.J. Smith

19 February 2012

1899 – Royal Duchess Theatre, Balham, London

Architect: W.G.R. Sprague The Royal Duchess Theatre had a flamboyant Beaux-Arts style exterior was topped by a huge copper dome which was surmounted by a cupola, upon which was a posed a Classical...

27 March 2011

1899 – Terriss Theatre, Rotherhithe, London

Architect: W.G.R. Sprague The interior decorations were in Louis XV style, cream and gold prevailing; there were two tiers only, and an absence of pillars. Became known as the Rotherhithe Hippodrome in 1907,...

31 March 2014

1899 – Theatre of Varieties, Kilburn, London

Architect: Palgrave & Co. “This plate illustrates the design of a proposed new Palace of Varieties, which is about to be commenced, with some slight modification in the elevation, on the site of...


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