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Architecture of Berkshire

21 September 2010

1881 – The Rise, Sunninghill, Windsor, Berkshire

Architect: Byrne & Crombie “The villa shown in our illustration, now in course of erection, is one of several Mr. J. Tether proposes carrying out on his building estates at Sunninghill and Bagshot,...

09 September 2010

1879 – Villa Residence, Ascot, Berkshire

Architect: R. Adolphus Gane Designed for J. Ashby esq. and published in The Building News, August 8th 1879. “This house, which occupies a very fine position overlooking the race-course at Ascot, contains :...

02 September 2010

1880 – New Stewards Residence, Nalder Hill, Newbury, Berkshire

Architect: G. Atkinson Barnes Perspective View including ground plan, designed for Sir Richard Sutton and published in The Building News, January 16th 1880.

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.

15 April 2010

1887 – Riverside Residence at Maidenhead, Berkshire

Architect: E.H. Bourchier Published in The Building News, August 26th 1887.

22 March 2010

1899 – The Gables, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: William Ravenscroft “This little house, built for the architect’s own occupation, is situated on high ground on the outskirts of Reading, the fall of the site allowing for the terraced treatment, which...

30 November 2009

1881 – Newbury Grammar School, Berkshire

Architect: Power & Hughes Placed design in competition to design a new grammar school. Published in The Building News, August 27th 1886.

10 November 2009

1879 – Church of St. Mary, Speenhamland, Berkshire

Architect: George Edmund Street Perspective view as published in The Building News, May 30th 1879.

02 November 2009

1884 – St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Reading, Berkshire

Architect: John Sulman “A square site necessitate a departure from the usual type of planning, and advantage was taken of this to produce a building practicaly without obstruction to sight. A line drawn...