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Architecture of Edinburgh

09 June 2009

1896 – North Bridge Street Reconstruction, Edinburgh

Architect: Scott & Williamson First Premiated Design by J.N. Scott & J.A. Williamson

01 April 2014

1898 – Boarding House, Edinburgh Academy

Architect: Alexander X. Paterson “The two houses, one of which is illustrated, are being built by the Edinburgh Academy to provide boarding-houses in connection with the Academy school. They occupy an admirably open...

09 June 2009

1898 – Mayfield & Morningside Free Churches, Edinburgh

Architect: Hippolyte J. Blanc

09 June 2009

1898 – Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

Architect: George Washington Browne

09 June 2009

1899 – Christ Church, Morningside, Edinburgh

Architect: Hippolyte J. Blanc Described in 1883 as”0ne of the most graceful ecclesiastical structures in Edinburgh – the spire generally pronounced the finest-and reflects the very highest credit upon the architect, Mr Hippolyte...

07 April 2014

1899 – Royal British Hotel, Princes St., Edinburgh

Architect: James Macintyre Henry Still a hotel today although much butchered at street level. “This building occupies a prominent site in Princes-street. The pilasters and trusses at the main entrance and the columns...

18 June 2010

1900 – Larkfield House, Trinity, Edinburgh, Scotland

Architect: Hippolyte J. Blanc Perspective View with Plans as published in The Building News, August 17th 1900.

02 September 2009

1901 – Standard Life Assurance, Edinburgh

Architect: J.M. Dick Peddie Elegant corner building which is now part of a larger office campus for Standard Life Assurance. Quite austere but for the decorative frieze under the cornice and the overly...

07 April 2014

1901 – Wesleyan Mission Hall, Earl Grey St., Edinburgh

Architect: Dunn & Findlay “Building operations will shortly be commenced with the new halls and other premises for the Wesleyan Mission at the comer of Earl Grey-street and Wellington-place, a site at present...


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