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Architecture of Norfolk

29 April 2014

1899 – Design for Opera House, Norwich, Norfolk

Architect: Ernest Runtz Although this design was not constructed, a similarly planned building designed by W.G.R. Sprague opened in 1903. By 1906, it had been renamed the Hippodrome and had became a variety...

29 May 2010

1899 – House at Cromer, Norfolk

Architect: G.J. & F.W. Skipper “This house was built about three years ago, and the peculiarity of plan is due to its having no view at the back. The ground floor is raised...

10 August 2009

1900 – House, Hunstanton, Norfolk

Architect: H.C. Ibberson

10 August 2009

1900 – Sanatorium Halls, Grammar School, Snettisham, Norfolk

Architect: H.C. Ibberson

25 July 2012

1903 – Commercial Chambers, Red Lion Street, Norwich

Architect: G.J. & F.W.Skipper Published in The Building News, February 12th 1904. The work of architect George Skipper was described by John Betjeman as “He is altogether remarkable and original. He is to...

29 April 2014

1906 – Little Massingham House, Massingham, Norfolk

Architect: Wimperis & Best Country House. 1904-1905 by Edmund Wimperis and Best, architects, for Mrs E.W. Birkbeck. Finished externally in English bond red brick, rubbed brick and Ancaster stone dressings, with red Broseley...

10 August 2009

1906 – Public Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk

Architect: W.J. Dunham Designed as a public hall with commercial premises at street level by W.J. Dunham of Norwich, and was intended to be faced in two colours of terracotta.

10 August 2009

1908 – Beach House, Holme, Norfolk

Architect: G.A.T. Middleton

10 August 2009

1910 – New Rood Screen & Pulpit, St. Edmunds Church, Downham Market, Norfolk

Architect: Geoffrey Lucas