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1896

11 June 2010

1896 – Dolphin House, Essex Street, Dublin

Architect: J.J. O’Callaghan Originally the Dolphin Hotel, a famous Dublin hostelry, this has now been converted to office space for the courts service. A fine Victorian exterior with much decoration including a very...

04 May 2010

1896 – Pair of Houses, East Dulwich, London

Architect: Arthur Keen Published in The Building News, August 21st 1896.

28 April 2010

1896 – University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: S. Frank Peters & George Browne The smaller of the two universities based in Winnipeg, but the more central campus, located off Portage Avenue, the University of Winnipeg presents a stern face...

15 April 2010

1896 – “Windermere”, Blackheath, London

Architect: Aston Webb Perspective View & Plans published in The Building News, May 22nd 1896.

26 January 2010

1896 – Former Rathmines Town Hall, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew Around the city centre of Dublin was many smaller independent towns including Rathmines. Although now considered part of the city centre, Rathmines boasts the most impressive of the townhalls...

07 January 2010

1896 – Firstactive Bank, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Architects: Walter G. Doolin Originally built as a branch of the Munster and Leinster Bank, this building by Walter G. Doolinis a hybrid of styles. The ground floor has an arcade of tall...

21 December 2009

1896 – Lord Leighton Memorial, Camberwell, London

Architect: Maurice B. Adams Built as the Passmore Edwards South London Art Gallery & Technical Institute. Perspective view & ground plan published in The Building News, April 10th 1896.

17 December 2009

1896 – Church, St. Adolphe, Manitoba

A simple yet beautiful little church in a small town, the simplicity of which is more impressive architecturally than many larger more ornate churches.

17 December 2009

1896 – City Hall, Quebec City, Quebec

Architect: Georges-Émile Tanguay A statue of Cardinal Taschereau (1820-98) stands in the hotel forecourt, which once served as a marketplace. Taschereau, a former rector of Laval University, was the first Canadian to be...