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Architecture of South East England

24 November 2014

1901 – Free Church, Slough, Berkshire

Architect: Hall, Cooper & Davis Church with adjacent dwellings designed by Hall, Cooper & Davis in 1901.

15 June 2010

1901 – House at Bromley, Kent

Architect: Niven & Wigglesworth Perspective view published in The Building News, May 3rd 1901. “These two country residences, from the designs of Messrs. Niven and Wigglesworth. show a differing style of treatment, though...

08 July 2010

1901 – House at Headley Hill, Hampshire

Architect: Arthur C. Blomfield Front & Rear Perspective Views including Plans published in The Building News, December 13th 1901.

08 July 2010

1901 – House at Limpsfield, Surrey

Architect: Harrison & Ward Perspective View including Plan published in The Building News, December 13th 1901.

15 June 2010

1901 – House at Orpington, Kent

Architect: Niven & Wigglesworth Perspective view published in The Building News, May 3rd 1901. “These two country residences, from the designs of Messrs. Niven and Wigglesworth. show a differing style of treatment, though...

01 May 2014

1901 – Passmore Edwards Convalescent Home for Railway Men, Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell The Herne Bay Convalescent Home was the first of ten homes to be opened by the Railway Industry for railway workers; the idea of John Edwards Nichols, cashier of...

21 September 2010

1901 – Portley Wood, Warlingham, Surrey

Architect: Walter E. Hewitt The Garden Front including ground floor plan as published in The Building News, November 29th 1901.

06 May 2010

1901 – Ralston, Bromley, Kent

Architect: Evelyn Hellicar Published in The Building News, January 15th 1892. Front Perspective View & Interior of Hallway.

26 June 2009

1901 – The Capital & Counties Bank, Brighton, Sussex

Architect: Clayton & Black Front Elevation including ground & 1st floor plans as published in The Building News, February 22nd 1901. “As part of the long- contemplated improvement of the most important part...