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Architecture of South East England

01 April 2014

1899 – New Buildings, New College, Oxford

Architect: Basil Champneys In the late 19th century New College, which was founded in 1379, began freely admitting undergraduates. The New Buildings by Basil Champneys along Holywell were built between 1873-96 to house...

13 May 2011

1899 – Premiated Design for Concert Hall, Ramsgate, Kent

Architect: Ardron, Dawson & Howell “These designs were placed first by a professional assessor in a recent open competition promoted by the corporation. The carrying out of the work is being delayed pending...

07 May 2014

1899 – Residence, Bath Rd., Reading, Berkshire

Architect: W.G.A. Hambling “The site is in the best part of a residential neighbourhood. The building contains eight bedrooms, dressing-room, bathroom, linen closet, two w.c.’s, three reception-rooms, and usual offices ; also wine,...

12 June 2009

1899 – Residence, Bath Road, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: G.A. Hambling

08 July 2010

1899 – Seacroft, Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Architect: William Ravenscroft “The geometrical drawings from which our illustration is taken represent a little house now in course of erection at Milford – on – Sea, near Lymington, Hants. It is beautifully...

22 March 2010

1899 – The Gables, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: William Ravenscroft “This little house, built for the architect’s own occupation, is situated on high ground on the outskirts of Reading, the fall of the site allowing for the terraced treatment, which...

13 May 2014

1899 – Victoria Club & Institute, Sheerness-on-Sea, Kent

Architect: Maurice B. Adams Unbuilt proposal for an extension to an existing social club. “The accompanying illustration shows the new assembly-hall and billiard-room fur five tables, also the extension of the club premises,...

26 June 2009

1899 – Village Institute, Ticehurst, Sussex

Architect: Aston Webb “This simple group of club and institute buildings for the village of Ticehurst has been designed by Mr. Aston Webb, A.R.A., the architect, with walls in red brick and tile-hanging...

16 September 2010

1900 – Bailiff’s House & Secretarys Office, Dorking, Surrey

Architect: Maurice B. Adams Elevations, plans, & detail as published in The Building News, April 27th 1900.


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