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J.J. Stevenson

22 November 2012

1884 – Vestry Hall, Kensington, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson & A.J. Adams Elevation towards High Street. Unbuilt proposal published in The Building News, August 1st 1884.

15 February 2011

1871 – The Red House, No.3 Bayswater Hill, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson Part of Bayswater Hill was taken for the Red House of 1871, designed by J.J. Stevenson as a precursor of the ‘Queen Anne’ style, soon to be popular. Front elevation...

26 August 2010

1877 – Colin Hunter’s House & Studio, Kensington, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson Including Elevations,Sections & Plans as published in The Building News, June 25th, 1880. Designed for Colin Hunter (1841-1904), a major nineteenth century Scottish etcher and painter of marine sunjects. In...

26 August 2010

Stevenson, John James (1831-1908),

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he studied with David Bryce and Sir George Gilbert Scott. He practised architecture in Glasgow and, from 1870, in London. He is particularly associated with the British Queen Anne...

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.

09 December 2009

1885 – Kensington Court, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson Published in The Building News, 1886.

27 August 2009

Adams, Alfred J. (1838-)

Alfred J Adams was born c.1838 and is recorded as being Scottish, but nothing is yet known of his early years. He may have been an assistant of John James Stevenson and Edward...

20 July 2009

1878 – New City Buildings, Fenchurch Avenue, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson Designed for for Messrs. Anderson and published in The Building News, October 21st 1881.

20 July 2009

1878 – Lowther Garden Mansions, Queen’s Gate, London

Architect: J.J. Stevenson & A.J. Adams Perspective view including ground & upper floor plans published in The Building News, September 20th 1878.