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06 September 2009

1881 – St. Nicholas Church, Whitehaven, Cumbria

Architect: C.J. Ferguson Published in The Building News, July 15 1881.

06 September 2009

1884 – Swinley Birches, Ascot, Berkshire

Architect: George Vigers

06 September 2009

1881 – Houses at Purley Park, Croydon, Surrey

Architect: James Williams Front perspective view including plans published in The Building News, September 9th 1881. “The row of villa residences, of which we give a view and plans to-day, show another endeavour...

06 September 2009

1881 – Picture Gallery, Royal Gardens, Kew, Surrey

Architect: James Fergusson This restored gallery at Kew Gardens is now permanently devoted to the stunning botanical illustrations of intrepid Victorian traveller and artist, Marianne North. Not only did North commission and pay...

06 September 2009

1881 – Warwick Farm Dairies, St. Peters Park, Paddington, London

Architect: Edward Vigers “We illustrate this week, by plans and perspective, new buildings erected for Messrs. John Welford and Sons, dairymen to the Queen. The buildings occupy a commanding position at St. Peter’s...

05 September 2009

1883 – The Tivoli Restaurant, Strand, London

Architect: Henry Ough Published in The Building News, December 7th 1883.

04 September 2009

2003 – Church Dio Padre Misericordioso, Rome, Italy

Architect: Richard Meier & Partners A dramatic church and community center surrounded by 1970s apartment blocks, this was the winner in an invited competition against the likes of Tadao Ando, Santiago Calatrava, Peter...

04 September 2009

1936 – Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy

Stadio Olimpico is the is the home of both A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio, as well as of the Italian national football team. It was built in 1936, has a capacity of 82,000,...

04 September 2009

1911 – National Gallery of Modern Art, Rome, Italy

Architect: Cesare Bazzani In 1883 the Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Exhibition Palace), expressely built for the occasion by Pio Piacentini, housed the first exhibition held in Rome as Capital City. The exhibition became subsequently...


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