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Architecture of Berkshire

25 November 2014

1660 – Coleshill House, Berkshire

Architect: Sir Roger Pratt Built in the 17th century for Sir George Pratt, Coleshill was the first house to be built for a ‘minor’ gentleman in the classical manner. Designed by the gentleman...

12 June 2009

1860 – All Saints, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead, Berkshire

Architect: George Edmund Street

14 October 2009

1870 – Berkshire, Reading and Newbury Lunatic Asylum

Architect: C.H. Howell From The Builder, April 2, 1870: THE subject of the accompanying illustration is the newly erected asylum for the reception of the insane poor of the county of Berks and...

14 October 2009

1870 – Laboratory, Eton College, Berkshire

Architect: William Wilkinson From The Builder, February 26, 1870: This is a building necessitated by the increased importance wisely given to science at Eton since the appointment of Dr. Hornby to the headmastership...

12 June 2009

1873 – Business Premises, Market Place, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: William & J.T. Brown

12 June 2009

1875 – St. Leonard’s Hill, Berkshire

Architect: C.H. Howell Perspecive view of main front published in The Building News, October 15th 1875. Largely demolished in 1924, with the remainder razed in 1970. The previous house known as Gloucester Lodge,...

18 August 2010

1877 – Entrance Lodge, The Friary, Old Windsor, Berkshire

Architect: C.H. Howell Elevations, Plans & Section designed for Francis Ricardo esq. and published in The Building News, March 16th 1877.

12 June 2009

1877 – Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Berkshire

Architect: Lieut. Cole R.E. Exterior & Interior Including Ground Plans Lieut. Cole of the Royal Engineers, published in The Building News, June 8th 1877.

12 June 2009

1877 – Slough Parish Church, Berkshire

Architect: John Oldrid Scott View showing memorial steeple published in The Building News, July 27th 1877.