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Architecture of England

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.

10 June 2009

1907 – Port of Liverpool Building

Architects: Hobbs & Thornely / Briggs & Wolstenholme On the exterior of this imposing Portland Stone building is a large drum and dome. Inside an octagonal hall rises to the dome, with galleries...

04 October 2009

1908 – “Hedgebrooms”, Welwyn, Hertfordshire

Architect: Ashley & Newman

29 June 2009

1908 – “Hollins Hill”, Accrington, Lancashire

Architect: Walter H. Brierley

29 June 2009

1908 – “The Elms”, Bushey, Hertfordshire

Architect: Harold Kennard

26 June 2009

1908 – “Wayside”, Eastbourne, Sussex

Architect: Peter D. Stoneham

26 January 2012

1908 – Applegarth, Nelson, Lancashire

Architect: Shaw & Vowles Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, November 13th 1908.


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