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Unbuilt England

12 November 2012

1887 – Design for Clock Tower, Brighton, Sussex

Architect: George Webb Unbuilt design published in The Architect, December 16th 1887.

02 November 2010

1887 – Newbury Municipal Buildings, Berkshire

Architect: George W. Webb Second Premiated Design for Newbury Municipal Buildings. Perspective View with plans as published in The Building News, December 16th 1887

08 November 2012

1887 – Unsuccessful design for Imperial Institute, South Kensington, London

Architect: T.G. Jackson Unsuccessful competition entry by Thomas Graham Jackson to design a new Imperial Institute in Kensgington. The massive, and to our eyes overscaled, tower would have been a local landmark. The...

04 February 2011

1888 – Design for Clock Tower, Margate, Kent

Architect: George W. Ward Elevation, Section & Plans published in The Architect, March 23rd 1888. Unbuilt.

02 February 2011

1888 – Proposed Theatre, Oxford Street, London

Architect: Essex & Nichol Front elevation published in The Architect, February 10th 1888.

03 April 2014

1896 – Proposal for Carfax Tower, Oxford

Architect: Henry T. Hare Unbuilt proposal to remodel the medieval Carfax Tower in central Oxford after the demolition of the main body of the attached church in 1896. The Tower is all that...

29 April 2014

1898 – Church, Mundesley, Norfolk

Architect: Oliver & Leeson Not constructed, the ruined village church, a ruin for a century, was instead restored by 1904 and is in use today. “The church we illustrate to-day is to be...

07 May 2014

1898 – Design for Guildhall, Cambridge

Architect: John Belcher Unbuilt design for a new Guildhall for Cambridge. The present Guildhall in Cambridge, was completed in 1939, to the designs of Charles Cowles-Voysey. “Our first review of the architecture at...

19 February 2014

1898 – Design for Library, Lewisham, London

Architect: Best & Callon Unbuilt design for public library. “This design was placed first in the recent competition by the assessor, Mr. Mountford, and has been adopted by the committee. The building is...


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