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Architecture of Warwickshire

20 July 2009

1892 – Haseley Hall, Warwickshire

Architect: Wood & Kendrick Perspective View & small plan published in The Building News, October 14th 1892.

06 July 2010

1896 – The Bungalow, Kenilworth, Warwickshire

Architect: William de Lacy Aherne As published in The Building News, April 24th 1896.

03 October 2012

1897 – Presbyterian Church, Handsworth, Birmingham

Architect: Ingall & Son Perspective View & Ground Plans published in The Building News, November 5th 1897. Unclear if this design was ever constructed.

15 April 2010

1898 – “Drishane”, Kenilworth, Warwickshire

Architect: William de Lacy Aherne Published in The Building News, February 25th 1898

21 September 2010

1898 – Court Hey, Moseley, Birmingham, Warwickshire

Architect: William de Lacy Aherne In 1898 de Lacy Aherne was commissioned to build a series of houses by his father-in-law, whose local contacts in the Moseley area were helpful to the rising...

06 June 2014

1898 – Mutual Sick Benefit & Old Age Society, Birmingham

Architect: J.W. Allen Finished in red brick and cream terra cotta. Also known as Coleridge Chambers. Grade II Listed. “The proposed building is in close proximity to the Victoria Law Courts, having a...

22 May 2014

1898 – Residence, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire

Architect: R.S. Oldacre “The accompanying illustration represents the front view of a residence which has just been erected at Sutton Coldfield. The materials used wore local bricks, with best pressed red bank bricks...

08 June 2014

1899 – Building over GWR Tunnel, Carrs Lane, Birmingham

Architect: Ralph Heaton Proposal for building over a Great Western Railway tunnel showing the underpinning structure. Published in The Building News, September 22, 1899. Demolished in 1988 after structural failure.

06 June 2014

1899 – Cannon Street Hotel, Birmingham

Architect: Bateman & Bateman “The plans make this design explicit — Portland stone, with Berkshire bricks and green slates, being the materials, with a good deal of ironwork in the construction. Building operations...


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