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Architecture of London

01 June 2014

1901 – Scandanavian Sailors, West India Dock, London

Architect: Niven & Wigglesworth “This illustration is of an annexe to the Scandinavian Sailors Temperance Home, to be erected in the West India Dock -road. Messrs. Niven and Wigglesworth are the architects.”

06 July 2010

1901 – St. Gabriel’s Parish House, Pimlico, London

Architect: W. Campbell Jones Published in The Building News, June 7th 1901

17 May 2014

1901 – Stanfords, Long Acre, London

Architect: Read & MacDonald “These premises have just been erected for Mr. Edward Stanford from the design of Messrs. Read and MacDonald. The front is executed in Portland stone, the brickwork in the...

12 June 2014

1901 – Unbuilt Design for Wesleyan Centenary Hall, London

Architect: Banister Fletcher & Sons This formed the subject of a limited competition for the new Wcsleyan Centenary Hall in Bishopsgate-street, and the instructions to architects contained the following ideas of the trustees...

04 May 2010

1902 – Four Houses at Hampstead, London

Architect: Cyril E. Power Published in The Building News, September 19th 1902.

06 July 2010

1902 – House at Belvedere Drive, Wimbledon, London

Architect: A. Saxon Snell & E. Godfrey Page Elevations to Belvedere Drive & Garden Front Section, Ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, August 22nd 1902.

21 October 2010

1902 – Interior of Westminster Cathedral under construction

Interior of Westminster Cathedral under construction and illustrated in The Builder, January 2nd 1904. In June 1900 the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) held an Architectural Congress, and its first visit was...

05 August 2009

1903 – Acton County School, London

Architect: A. Hessell Tiltman

07 August 2009

1903 – Alliance Assurance Offices, 88 St. James’s Street, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw & Ernest Newton Closing the west end of Pall Mall, this is a good exampled of Shaw’s later baroque style – finished in stone.


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