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Architecture of Northamptonshire

01 January 2014

1897 – The Grand Hotel, Gold St., Northampton

Architect: Charles Dorman An hotel belonging to the Phipps Northampton Brewery Company. Still a hotel, under the Travelodge brand. Published in The Builder, April 24 1897.

09 March 2013

1864 – Northampton Guildhall, Northamptonshire

Architect: E.W. Godwin Built to the design of Edward William Godwin, begun when he was only 28, between 1861 and 1864. As well as housing Northampton Borough Council, it is also used for...

02 July 2012

1605 – Lyveden New Building, Northamptonshire

Architect: Robert Stickells Lyveden New Bield (sometimes called New Build) is an unfinished summer house, constructed for Sir Thomas Tresham. The exact date is unknown but can be estimated to circa 1604–05, the...

03 June 2012

1875 – Holdenby House, Northamptonshire

Architect: Slater & Carpenter The original Holdenby Palace was completed in 1583 and was one of the largest houses in England, constructed around two courtyards. It was largely demolished in the late 17th...

18 January 2012

1897 – Stamford, Spalding & Boston Bank, Northampton

Architect: Charles Dorman The Stamford, Spalding and Boston Banking Company came into being as a joint-stock bank in 1880. It issued notes until 1907 and in 1911 became part of Barclays Bank. Published...

18 January 2011

1850 – Bank, Northampton

Architect: E.F. Law Published in The Builder, march 30, 1850.

15 October 2010

1888 – Design for Northhampton Board Schools

Architect: Bleakley & Cubbon Perspective View published in The Architect, April 20th 1888.

14 September 2010

1884 – Farm House at Armston, Northamptonshire

Architect: J. Alfred Gotch Designed for The Duke of Buccleuch on one of his estates, tje south west view including ground plan was published in The Building News, April 11th 1884.

03 September 2010

1898 – House at Thorpe Mandeville, Northamptonshire

Architect: C.F.A. Voysey “The drawing which illustrates this house is in the Royal Academy Exhibition. The plan ex- plains the internal arrangements of the building, and the simplicity of the exterior forms its...

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