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J. & J. Belcher

02 July 2012

1879 – Commercial Premises, Wood Street, Cheapside, London

Architects: J.& J. Belcher Designed for Messrs. Rylands & Co.Ltd., perspective published in The Building News, January 3rd 1879. “This warehouse forms part of the extensive premises belonging to Messrs. Rylands and Co....

26 June 2012

1884 – Warehouse, Wood Street, London

Architects: J.& J. Belcher Published in The Builder. Demolished.

19 February 2012

1881 – ‘Fonthill’, Henley-on-Thames, London

Architect: J. & J. Belcher “This small house has been erected and completed by Messrs. Braid and Co., from the designs of Messrs. J. and J. Belcher, of 5 Adelaide-place, E.G., for the...

09 October 2011

1877 – The Catholic Apostolic Church, Camberwell, London

Architect: J. & J. Belcher The Catholic Apostolic Church was a splinter group of Anglo-Catholics in the later part of the 19th century. There is a tiny cloister and numerous church rooms as...

08 February 2011

1876 – New Curriers Hall, London Wall, London

Architects: J & J Belcher Perspective of facade published in The Building News, July 2nd 1875. The Curriers’ Company dates from 1272 when the Mistery of Curriers became a trade association. In the...

16 July 2009

1876 – St. Mary’s Church, Camberwell New Road, London

Architect: J.& J. Belcher Interior View towards the Altar published in The Building News, Novenber 24th 1876.

16 July 2009

1875 – No.1 Poultry, London

Architect: J. & J. Belcher Early design proposal for No.1 Poultry, which was ultimately to become the Mappin & Webb building, also designed by John Belcher. It was demolished eventually in 1194 when...

16 July 2009

1876 – Curriers’ Hall, London Wall, London

Architect: J.& J. Belcher The Curriers’ Company has a long and complex history, dating from 1272 when the “Mistery of Curriers” first became a trade association. By around 1580, the guild of Curriers...

16 July 2009

1873 – Mansion House Buildings, London

Architect: J. & J. Belcher Detail of Queen Victoria Street front, elevation & section, as published in The Building News, July 4th 1873. “These buildings, which are now well known, are situated at...