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Architecture of England

26 June 2009

1904 – Park Down, Surrey

Architect: E. Guy Dawber Perspective View from the garden front including plan published in The Building News, May 20th 1904.

13 July 2009

1904 – Princes Buildings, Oxford St., Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: I.R.E. Birkett The Prince’s Building in Oxford Street is one of the city’s few Art Nouveau buildings, though only the facade survives, the remainder of the building having been torn out and...

07 August 2009

1904 – Public Library, Bromley, London

Architect: Squire Myers & Petch

06 August 2009

1904 – Public Offices & Town Hall, Acton, London

Architect: Maurice B. Adams

13 July 2009

1904 – Royal Infirmary, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Hall & Brooke

19 June 2009

1904 – Schools, Port Sunlight, Cheshire

Architect: Douglas & Minshull “These schools have been erected in a central position in the picturesque village which Messrs. Lever Bros., Limited, are building for the use of those engaged in connection with...

13 July 2009

1904 – Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society, Manchester, Lancashire

Architect: Charles Heathcote & Sons

27 June 2009

1904 – Seaside Cottage, Cowes, Isle of Wight

Architect: George Sherrin Published in Modern Cottage Architecture 1904. “This middle-class cottage is built of brick with hollow walls, and has a tiled roof. It is perfectly plain. It is situated in an...

29 June 2009

1904 – Six Cottages, Elmesthorpe, Leicestershire

Architect: C.F.A. Voysey


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