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Edward Robert Robson

26 October 2012

1884 – New Admiralty & War Offices, Whitehall, London

Architect: E.R. Robson One of the shortlisted entries for a new office complex for the Admiralty and War Office in London. Published in The Builder.

27 August 2012

1883 – Wood Street Schools, Woolwich, London

Architect: E.R. Robson Published in The Building News, August 10th 1883. Closed in 1956.

21 March 2012

1877 – Competition design for Leeds Public Offices, Yorkshire

Architect: E.R. Robson Competition Design for new public offices for Leeds. Elevation of Main Entrance published in The Building News, February 16th 1877.

19 February 2012

1876 – High Street Schools, Stoke Newington, London

Architect: E.R. Robson Published in The Building News, August 11th 1876. One of the early London School Board schools, now a private residence.

12 November 2010

1879 – New Town Hall, Loftus, Yorkshire

Architect: E.R. Robson Perspective view and ground plan published in The Building News, May 30th 1879. Loftus Town Hall was built by the Earl of Zetland, erected by Mr Thomas Dickenson of Saltburn,...

09 March 2010

1869 – New Municipal Offices, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Edward Robert Robson From The Architect and Contract Reporter, May 29 1869: The Municipal Government of Liverpool has arrived at its present condition, power, and comprehensiveness, by slow degrees and through the...

09 March 2010

1875 – Blackheath Road Schools, Greenwich, London

Architects: E.R. Robson & J.J. Stevenson Designed for the School Board for Londom and published in The Building News, 19 February 1875.

12 October 2009

1883 – St. John’s Schools, Chester, Cheshire

Architect: Edward Robert Robson Published in The Building News, July 20th 1883.

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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