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26 October 2012

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: T.G. Jackson Thomas Graham Jackson’s shortlisted entry for a new office complex for the Admiralty and War Office in London. Published in The Builder.

26 October 2012

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: Alfred Waterhouse The published entry of Alfred Waterhouse for major architectural competition to design new Admiralty & War Offices. The leading architects of the day were invited, and the winners were Leeming...

21 July 2009

1884 – New Admiralty and War Offices, London

Architect: Glover & Salter One of the shortlisted entries for a new massive office complex for the Admiralty and War Office in London.

01 March 2013

1884 – St. Michael’s Church, Coppenhall, Staffordshire

Architect: James Brooks Dates from 1883–86 when the chancel was built to a design by James Brooks. The nave was added to a design by J. Brooks, Son and Adkins in 1907–10. The...

22 November 2012

1884 – Vestry Hall, Kensington, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson & A.J. Adams Elevation towards High Street. Unbuilt proposal published in The Building News, August 1st 1884.

13 January 2011

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: Hall & Powell Published entry for major architectural competition. View from park. The Building News, August 29 1884. .

13 January 2011

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: Spalding & Auld Published entry for major architectural competition. The Building News, September 5 1884.

06 January 2014

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew Published entry for major architectural competition for new Admiralty & War Offices. The Dublin Builder, May 1 1887.

10 December 2009

1886 – Second placed design for Liverpool Cathedral

Architect: Bodley & Garner Bodley & Garner’s design for Liverpool Cathedral, which was submitted in competition with William Emerson’s & James Brookes and which placed second. The site was different from the site...