1889 – New Church of St. Mark, Farnborough, Hampshire
Although work started in 1880, the building as illustrated was not completed until 1889. The interior of the building is Victorian Gothic in design.
1870s – North Adelaide Congregational Church, Adelaide, South Australia
Described as “Venetian in style” in the Adelaide Register of July 1870, and architects Morgan and Gilbert (in Early Adelaide Architecture 1836 –
1910 – Proposed Anglican Church, Laidley, Queensland
Perspective View with Plan published in The Building News, September 16th 1910.
1900c – Uniting Church, Narooma, New South Wales
Regarded as an excellent example of the Australian Federation Carpenter Gothic architectural style. The decorative gable truss structures at the end of the nave and the small porch are of note.
1851 – St. Francis Xavier Church, Berrima, New South Wales
This is Pugin’s only intact and essentially unaltered building in Australia. In its layout and permanent liturgical furnishings””piscina,
1881 – St. Nicholas Church, Whitehaven, Cumbria
Published in The Building News, July 15 1881.
2003 – Church Dio Padre Misericordioso, Rome, Italy
A dramatic church and community center surrounded by 1970s apartment blocks, this was the winner in an invited competition against the likes of Tadao Ando,
1681 – Santa Maria Di Montesanto & Santa Maria Dei Miracoli, Rome, Italy
The two, almost twin, churches of S. Maria di Montesanto (left) and S.
1598 – San Bernardo alle Terme, Rome, Italy
The structure of San Bernardo alle Terme is similar to the Pantheon, since it is cylindrical, with a dome and an oculus.