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Architecture of England

04 September 2012

1860 – Freemason’s Hall, Great Queen Street, London

Architect: F.P. Cockerell The first English Grand Lodge was founded in 1717, and the building was replaced in 1860 by the architect Frederick Pepys Cockerell. This was inturn replaced in 1927-33 as a...

15 July 2009

1860 – Halifax Town Hall, Yorkshire

Architect: Sir Charles Barry & Edward Middleton Barry “In another volume we gave a view of the exterior of Halifax Town-hall, then about to be built; plan of the principal floor; and some...

27 June 2009

1860 – Hartley Institution, Southampton, Hampshire

Architect: Green & DeVille The University of Southampton was founded by Henry Robinson Hartley, the son of a Southampton wine merchant, who left his estate to the Corporation of Southampton. The grand opening...

16 July 2009

1860 – Holy Trinity Chapel, Knightsbridge, London

Architect: Raphael Brandon & Henry M. Eyton The new church, a building in the Early Decorated style with seating for 600, was designed in competition by Raphael Brandon and Henry M. Eyton. S.S....

10 December 2012

1860 – Llwyn House, Oswestry, Shropshire

Architect: James Blake Published in The Building News, March 23 1860. “We engrave this week a view of the terrace front of Llwyn-house, a mansion in course of erection at Oswestry, from the...

21 December 2012

1860 – London Printing & Publishing Co., Smithfield, London

Architect: George Somers Clarke From The Building News: “THE Trustees of Cart’s charity have nearly completed, at the corner of Charterhouse-lane and St. John-street, Smithfield, the new premises leased by them to the...

11 September 2012

1860 – Mansions, Queen’s Gate, Hyde Park, London

Architect: J. Tarring & Son Published in The Building News, April 13, 1860. “ABOUT two years ago there stood a row of small inferior houses at the corner of Prince Albert-road and Gore-road,...

07 July 2009

1860 – Messrs. Wright’s Bank, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Architect: C.H. Edwards . Published in The Builder, August 25 1860.

21 December 2012

1860 – Metropolitan Board of Works, Spring Gardens, London

Architect: Frederick Marrable The Metropolitan Board of Works was the principal instrument of London-wide government from 1856 until the establishment of the London County Council in 1889. Its principal responsibility was to provide...