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23 June 2009

1873 – Design for Memorial Church, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

Architect: E.F.C. Clarke Exterior and interieor perspective views of a competition design for a church, by Mr. E. F. Clarke, published in The Building News, July 11 1873.

23 June 2009

1886 – St. Paul’s Church, Worcester, Worcestershire

Architect: Arthur Edmund Street Interior view published in The Building News, July 16th 1886. The church is still in use today and was built as designed.

23 June 2009

1901 – House at Barnt Green, Worcestershire

Architect: Bateman & Bateman

23 June 2009

1878 – Proposed New Church at Tebay, Westmorland

Architect: C.J. Ferguson Paid for by the railway company and railway workers, the small church is rock faced, and has a west baptistry in the form of a large apse. Next to it...

23 June 2009

1873 – Vicarage near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland

Architect: Brade & Smales OPublished in The Building News, December 19 1873: “The accompanying drawing represents the S.E. view of Vicarage residence recently built at Barbon, near Kirkby Lonsdale, on one of the...

23 June 2009

1952 – United Nations Building, New York

Architect: Wallace K. Harrison / Le Corbusier Instead of organising a competition for the design of their building, the UN decided to commission a collaborative effort among a multinational team of leading architects....

23 June 2009

2006 – Hearst Tower, New York

Architect: Foster + Partners The former six-story headquarters building was commissioned by the founder, William Randolph Hearst and awarded to the architect Joseph Urban. The building was completed in 1928 at a cost...

23 June 2009

2007 – IAC Headquarters, New York

Architect: Frank Gehry The building is Gehry’s first to be completed in New York. The design is the product of a collaboration between Gehry and IAC’s chairman, Barry Diller. The motif of a...

23 June 2009

1892 – West End Collegiate Church, New York

Architect: Robert W. Gibson Robert W. Gibson designed the church following the design of the 1606 Vleeshal in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Authenticity is enhanced by the choice of long, thin, brown bricks laid...