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06 January 2010

2004 – DKIT Faculty of Nursing, Dundalk, Co. Louth

Architect: Scott Tallon Walker

21 December 2009

1886 – Oriel College Chapel, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: T.G. Jackson Sketch showing proposed extension of choir & new organ, which was published in The Building News, April 11th 1884.

18 December 2009

1901 – Brandon College, Brandon, Manitoba

Architect: Hugh McCowan The original Brandon College building was completed in 1901. It was designed by Winnipeg architect Hugh McCowan (1841-1908). Although resembling other educational structures being constructed in Winnipeg during this period,...

09 December 2009

1886 – Examination Hall, Royal Colleges of Physicians & Surgeons, London

Architect: Stephen Salter Front Elevation Facing Victoria Embankment Gardens including ground & 1st floor plan. Published in The Building News, March 26th 1886.

25 November 2009

1691 – Institut de France, Paris

Architect: Louis Le Vau Originally built as a college for students from conquered states, the building included a public library and a chapel. The building with its baroque decor and strong symmetrical design...

30 September 2009

1889 – Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: George Durand

28 September 2009

1733 – Ballyhaise Agriculture College, Co. Cavan

Architect: Richard Cassels Ballyhaise House was built for the Newburghs, a local landowning family, in the 1730s. Richard Cassels (1690-1751) was of German origin and also known as Richard Castle. He settled in...

24 September 2009

1907 – College of Technology, Belfast

Architect: Samuel Stevenson Architects A monumental building with a triumphant Ionic order and smaller version of the City Hall corner towers.

23 September 2009

1879 – Firth College, School Board Offices & Central Schools, Sheffield, Yorkshire

Architect: Flockton & Abbott / Edward Robert Robson Perspective view and ground plan published in The Building News, October 17th 1879. “But the principal schools, indeed, we may say the chief work now...


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