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Architecture of Liverpool

05 February 2014

1903 – Design for the Cathedral, Liverpool

Architect: Frank Whalley Honourable Mention in the preliminary round of the second architectural competition to design an Anglican cathedral for Liverpool. After a open round, five entrants were invited into the final considerations....

13 July 2009

1903 – Giles Gilbert Scott’s design for Liverpool Cathedral

Architect: Giles Gilbert Scott Scott is perhaps best-known for his work on Liverpool Cathedral. When the competition for a ‘Design for a twentieth century cathedral’ was announced in 1902, he began work on...

13 July 2009

1903 – Liverpool Tramway Offices, Lancashire

Architect: Stones & Stones Perspective view of First Permiated Design in architectural competition, published in The Building News, October 30th 1903.

13 July 2009

1905 – New Church Near Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: R. Knill Freeman

13 July 2009

1906 – Liverpool Wesleyan Mission, Lancashire

Architect: Bradshaw & Gass

13 July 2009

1906 – The New Cotton Exchange, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Matear & Simon Built in 1905–06 to replace the former cotton exchange in Exchange Flags, to a design by Matear and Simon. Its façade was in Neoclassical style, with Baroque towers. Its...

05 February 2011

1906 – Tower Buildings, Liverpool

Architect: Walter Aubrey Thomas The present structure is one of the earliest steel-framed buildings in England, and details of its architecture reflect the earlier fortified building on the site. It is clad in...

10 June 2009

1907 – Port of Liverpool Building

Architects: Hobbs & Thornely / Briggs & Wolstenholme On the exterior of this imposing Portland Stone building is a large drum and dome. Inside an octagonal hall rises to the dome, with galleries...

10 June 2009

1911 – Royal Liver Building, Liverpool

Architects: Walter Aubrey Thomas The Royal Liver Building is one of the city of Liverpool’s most recognisable landmarks. It stands 90 metres high and has 13 floors. It is one of the earliest...