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1878

14 March 2012

1878 – Firmount, Naas, Co. Kildare

Architect: Noble Colclough Colclough was a civil engineer and architect, of Dublin, who died at the age of thirty-three on 21 June 1880 and was buried in Mount Jerome cemetery. Little is known...

30 March 2011

1878 – Messrs. Doulton Studios & Showrooms, Lambeth, London

Architect: Tarring, Son & Wilkinson Now known as Southbank House, the only surviving part of the Doulton Pottery complex in Lambeth, south London and constructed as the pottery’s museum and art school. Boldly...

04 January 2011

1878 – “Blair Hyrne”, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London

Architect: Batterbury & Huxley Elevations, Section & Plans and details from The Building News, March 29th 1878.

04 January 2011

1878 – Houses in Lewisham Park, London

Architect: Horace T. Bonner Perspective view including plans published in The Building News, October 4th 1878. “These houses have been lately erected on this estate, which is pleasantly situated near Lady- well Station...

04 January 2011

1878 – Woburn Park, Weybridge, Surrey

Architect: Dunn & Hansom Birds eye perspective including plans published in The Building News, January 4th 1878.

09 October 2010

1878 – House at Harrow School, London

Architect: T.G. Jackson Although Harrow School was founded in 1571, the majority of its buidings date from 1845-84. During this period, a succession of architects designed individual buildings. A great many of the...

25 August 2010

1878 – The Tower House, Kensington, London

Architect: William Burges The Tower House was built between 1876 and 1878 in the 13th century French gothic style, by the Victorian architect William Burges for himself. Burges purchased the plot of land...

30 June 2010

1878 – Porte St. Louis, Quebec City

Architect: W.H. Lynn The Citadel and walls, built to protect the city, are the largest standing fortifications in North America, earning Quebec a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. There are also a...

01 June 2010

1878 – Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Architect: Antoine Mouly Undoubtedly influenced by the French clergy in Santa Fe, the Gothic Revival-style chapel was patterned after King Louis IX’s Sainte-Chapelle in Paris; a striking contrast to the adobe churches already...