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Architecture of London

25 April 2013

1920 – Police and Fireman’s Housing, Tilbury, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper Published in The Building News, July 30 1920: All these buildings have been designed for the Port of London Authority by Mr. Edwin Cooper, F.R.I.B.A., thearchitect of the...

25 July 2013

1920 – Storage Building, West India Docks, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper Published in The Building News, July 30 1920: “Tho simple treatment of this utilitarian building is unmistakably appropriate. The elevations avoid needless elaboration, and are marked b.y arcliitec-tural...

25 April 2013

1920 – Tobacco Warehouse, Victoria Docks, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper Published in The Building News, July 30 1920: “At present it is proposed to erect only parts of this building, but Mr. Cooper has contrived that the first...

25 July 2012

1920 – Warehouse-Keeper’s Offices, Royal Albert Docks, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper Published in The Building News, July 30 1920: “The accommodation furnished by this range of buildings includes the officials and staff of the warehouse-keeper’s de- partment and its...

31 May 2013

1922 – Dickins & Jones, 224-244 Regent St., London

Architect: Henry Tanner In 1790, Dickins and Smith opened a shop at 54, Oxford Street, at the sign of the Golden Lion. In 1830 the shop was renamed “Dickins, Sons and Stevens”, and...

19 June 2012

1922 – Former Port of London Authority Building, 10 Trinity Square, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper The Port of London Authority was established in the 1900s to oversee what were then the busiest and most important docks in the world. Its power and status...

19 June 2013

1922 – Old Lloyd’s Building, Leadenhall St., London

Architect: Sir Edwin Cooper The first Lloyd’s building (at 12 Leadenhall Street in the City of London) had been built on this site in 1928. bY 1978, Lloyd’s had outgrown their accommodation, and...

01 June 2013

1923 – Bush House, Aldwych, London

Architect: Harvey Wiley Corbett As part of the firm of Helmle & Corbett, Harvey Wiley Corbett had designed Bush Tower, a 30-story Neo-Gothic skyscraper built for the Bush Terminal Company on 42nd St....

19 June 2013

1927 – Britannic House, Moorgate, London

Architect: Edwin Lutyens Britannic House designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, which later became British Petroleum. Henry-Russell Hitchcock says in his history of 19th and early 20th century architecture...