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Aston Webb

30 May 2013

1920 – Community Buildings, Whiteley Village, Burhill, Surrey

Architect: Aston Webb In 1907 the wealthy owner of a large Bayswater department store, William Whiteley, was shot dead by a young man claiming to be his illegitimate son. In his will he...

25 October 2012

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: E. Ingress Bell & Aston Webb One of the shortlisted entries for a new massive office complex for the Admiralty and War Office in London. A collarboration between E. Ingress Bell and...

24 February 2012

1883 – Country House, Bromley, Kent

Architect: Aston Webb Perspective view of country house published in The Builder, May 19th, 1883.

15 February 2012

1882 – House at Ewhurst, Surrey

Architect: Aston Webb Perspective view including plans. Described as “About to be Erected” and published in The Building News, December 30th 1881. “This house is to be built at Ewhurst, in charming country,...

17 January 2012

1879 – Warehouses, Bartholomew Close, London

Architect: Aston Webb “This building stands on an area of over 8,000 square feet, and occupies a very open position in Bartholomew-close, replacing three houses which bad been converted into a warehouse, but...

13 January 2011

1888 – Proposed Building, The Mall, London

Architect: Aston Webb Panoramic Perspective View ofd proposed new building, for east end of The Mall. Published in The Building News, May 25th 1888.

04 January 2011

1879 – Herne Hill Mission Competition, London

Architects: William Penstone, J.E.K. Cutts, Aston Webb A selection of designs published in The Building News, December 12th 1879. It is unclear if the winning design was ever constructed. The instructions issued to...

30 June 2010

1887 – Claines Church, Worcester

Architect: Aston Webb Claines’ original Norman Church was rebuilt in the 15th century. Little of the original remains other than the Norman Font and a Norman Pillar in the tower. A new church...

25 June 2010

1886 – Birmingham Assize Courts Competition

The commission was won by Aston Webb & Ingress Bell of London after an open competition to provide the first assize courts in the rapidly growing town of Birmingham, it is faced entirely...

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