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Architecture of Liverpool

05 February 2014

1902 – Design for new Cathedral, Liverpool

Architect: Charles Herbert Reilly Charles Herbert Reilly’s proposed design for Liverpool Cathedral was in the English Neo-Classical style, with a large central dome like Wren’s St Paul’s. This was the second competition in...

13 July 2009

1903 – Design for Liverpool Cathedral, Lancashire

Architect: C.A. Nicholson Competitive entry in second architectural competition for Anglican cathedral for Liverpool.

13 July 2009

1903 – Design for Liverpool Cathedral, Lancashire

Architect: Austin & Paley Competitive entry in second architectural competition for Anglican cathedral for Liverpool.

13 July 2009

1903 – Design for Liverpool Cathedral, Lancashire

Architect: Malcom Stark Competitive entry in second architectural competition for Anglican cathedral for Liverpool.

05 February 2014

1903 – Design for the Cathedral, Liverpool

Architect: Frank Whalley Honourable Mention in the preliminary round of the second architectural competition to design an Anglican cathedral for Liverpool. After a open round, five entrants were invited into the final considerations....

13 July 2009

1903 – Giles Gilbert Scott’s design for Liverpool Cathedral

Architect: Giles Gilbert Scott Scott is perhaps best-known for his work on Liverpool Cathedral. When the competition for a ‘Design for a twentieth century cathedral’ was announced in 1902, he began work on...

13 July 2009

1903 – Liverpool Tramway Offices, Lancashire

Architect: Stones & Stones Perspective view of First Permiated Design in architectural competition, published in The Building News, October 30th 1903.

13 July 2009

1905 – New Church Near Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: R. Knill Freeman

13 July 2009

1906 – Liverpool Wesleyan Mission, Lancashire

Architect: Bradshaw & Gass

13 July 2009

1906 – The New Cotton Exchange, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Matear & Simon Built in 1905–06 to replace the former cotton exchange in Exchange Flags, to a design by Matear and Simon. Its façade was in Neoclassical style, with Baroque towers. Its...