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Architecture of Wales

11 January 2014

1898 – House, Colwyn Bay, Wales

Architect: Booth, Chadwick & Porter “This residence, as well as the stables adjoining, have been built for Mr. E.C. Minchin, of Emell Castle, King’s County, Ireland. They are constructed of buff-coloured bricks, with...

01 January 2014

1898 – Rhos Abbey Hotel, Rhos-on-sea, Wales

Architect: Booth, Chadwick & Porter Built in 1898, the large 32 bedroom red-brick building was a local landmark. Trade, however, began to decline in the 1980s and the hotel went bankrupt in August...

01 April 2014

1899 – Public Library, Roath, Cardiff, Wales

Architect: Teather & Wilson Still in use as a public library today, the building was constructed slightly larger than illustrated, with an extra two bays. “This building is proposed to be erected at...

28 March 2014

1899 – St. Michael’s Church, Abertillery, Wales

Architect: C. Hodgson Fowler Largely constructed as designed minus the tower and spire, still in use today by its congregation. “This church has been erected on the site of a much smaller one,...

01 April 2014

1899 – Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church, Roath, Cardiff, Wales

Architect: John H. Phillips Built in an Lombardic-meets-Arts and Crafts inspired style with two storeys and a basement, a gable entry plan and flanking towers. In 1985 this building was converted for use...

08 June 2009

1900 – New Intermediate School for Girls, Cardiff

Architect: George Thomas

17 June 2012

1901 – ‘Holme Tower’, Penarth, Wales

Architect: Edwin J. Jones

31 May 2010

1901 – Additions to “Plas Nant-y-Glyn”, Colwyn Bay, Wales

Architect: Booth Chadwick & Porter Front Perspective View published in The Building News, December 13th 1901.

08 June 2009

1901 – Harbour Offices, Swansea

Architect: Edwin Seward Now a boutique hotel, but originally completed in 1903, and was designed by architect Edwin Seward who submitted the winning design out of 97 entries. “The plans and view illustrate...