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Architecture of Cornwall

10 April 2014

1899 – Library & Central Technical Schools, Truro, Cornwall

Architect: Silvanus Trevail The funding of Passmore Edwards led to the construction of firstly the Library, in 1896 and then the adjacent schools in 1899. Buildings funded by Edwards regularly got illustrated in...

07 February 2013

1871 – Tolveau House, Redruth, Cornwall

Architect: James Hicks From The Building News, March 3 1871: “OUR illustration this week shows tho residence, as altered, of Alfred Lanyou, Esq., Redruth, which is situated in the centre of the richest...

07 January 2013

1872 – Shops in Camborne, Cornwall

Architect: James Hicks Perspective View published in The Building News, September 13th 1872. “ONE of our illustrations is that of two shops in course of erection at Camborne. The materials used in the...

07 January 2013

1871 – Villa Residence, Camborne, Cornwall

Architect: James Hicks Perspective View published in The Building News, December 8th 1871.

10 December 2012

1867 – New Public buildings at Penzance, Cornwall

Architect: John Matthews According to Polsue, Joseph. A complete parochial history of the county of Cornwall; William Lake, Truro & John Camden Hotten, London: 1867–72., “The chief attractive feature of Penzance, and the...

14 February 2011

1539 – Cotehele House, Saltash, Cornwall

Cotehele House is a well preserved, and little altered, Tudor manor house in the east of Cornwall and on the banks of the River Tamar. Cotehele has a series of formal gardens near...

09 November 2010

1888 – Devon & Cornwall Bank, Redruth, Cornwall

Architect: James Hicks Published in The Architect ~ February 10th 1888.

03 November 2010

1888 – West Cornwall Bank, Truro, Cornwall

Architect: James Hicks As published in The Architect, February 3rd 1885.

04 October 2010

1880 – Truro Cathedral, Cornwall

Architect: John L. Pearson Construction began in 1880 to a design by the architect John Loughborough Pearson, after an architectural competition. The design combines the Early English style with certain French characteristics, chiefly...

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