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Architecture of London

19 February 2012

1906 – Working Mens College, Camden, London

Architect: W.D. Caroe Working Men’s College is the oldest surviving adult education institute in Europe, was founded in 1854 and was associated with the Cooperative Movement and the Christian Socialists, stemming, from the...

09 December 2010

1907 – Design for Canada House, London

Architect: Alexander Marshall Mackenzie Alexander George Robertson Mackenzie (12 March 1879 – 20 March 1963) was a Scottish architect. At the end of his apprenticeship in 1898, he become his father’s chief assistant....

05 January 2011

1907 – Holborn Council Offices, London

Architect: Warwick & Hall Interior View published in The Building News, September 13th 1907.

04 April 2012

1908 – Baptist Church, Cricklewood, London

Architect: Arthur Keen The building was designed by Arthur Keen in an Italian Byzantine style, and finished in polychromic brickwork. The west window of the hall contains an Art Deco stained glass window...

07 August 2009

1908 – Boy’s Secondary School, Bromley, London

Architect: H.P. Burke Downing

07 August 2009

1908 – Business Premises, Notting Hill, London

Architect: W. Osgood Smith

28 September 2010

1908 – Lambeth Municipal Buildings, Brixton Hill, London

Architect: Warwick & Hall Perspective view including ground & 1st floor plans of 1st Premiated Design as published in The Building News, May 19th 1905. After the Metropolitan Borough of Lambeth was formed...

07 August 2009

1908 – New Church of All Saints, Hampton, London

Architect: Greenaway & Newberry

07 August 2009

1908 – New Front, Bute House, South Audley Street, London

Architect: C.J. Corblet

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