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Architecture of Sussex

26 June 2009

1880 – Coffee Tavern, East Grinstead, Sussex

Architect: W. Milford Teulon Perspective including ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, March 12th 1880.

27 September 2009

1880 – Doone Terrace, Lorna Road, Brighton, Sussex

Architect: W. Galsworthy-Davie “The necessity of making these houses commercially successful compelled the architect to avoid all quaint conceits and picturesque oddities ; however, by the introduction of colour and patterns in the...

01 October 2009

1880 – New Municipal Buildings, Hastings, Sussex

Architect: William Andrews

26 August 2010

1880 – No.70 Marine Parade, Brighton, Sussex

Architect: Robert W. Edis Perspective view & ground & 1st floor plan published in The Building News, March 5th 1880, later extended in a similar style. Now an hotel.

02 September 2010

1880 – Stables at Eastbourne, Sussex

Architect: T.W. Cutler Perspective View including ground plan, designed for for G.Gurney esq., and published in The Building News, January 16th 1880.

13 September 2009

1881 – “Glen Andred”, Withyham, Sussex

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw

07 July 2009

1881 – Bishopstone Vicarage, Sussex

Architect: Lacy W. Ridge

26 June 2009

1881 – Buchanan Cottage Hospital, St. Leonards on Sea, Sussex

Architect: W. Hay Murray “This hospital is about to be built on a site at the junction of Springfield-road with the London-road, kindly given by C. G. Eversfield, Esq. The plan given shows...

21 September 2010

1881 – Convalescent Home for Children, St. Leonards on Sea, Sussex

Architect: Fowler & Hill Perspective view & plans as published in The Building News, September 2nd 1881. “The subject of our illustrations is now being erected upon a site granted by the Everfield...

09 September 2010

1881 – Design for Clock Tower, Brighton, Sussex

Architect: James M. MacLaren Third Premiated Design in an architectural competition. “The conditions of the competition restricted competitors to placing the centre of the dial 2-5ft. from the ground, providing a dial-chamber 5ft....