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Architecture of Oxfordshire

29 May 2010

1887 – New Quadrangle, Trinity College, Oxford

Architect: T.G. Jackson Published in The Building News, July 1st 1887.

16 April 2010

1887 – Somerville Hall, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: H. Wilkinson Moore Published in The Building News, September 9th 1887. Built as a hall of residence for female students, or as the magazine so elegantly put it, “lady students”.

12 April 2010

1887 – Parish Buildings, St. Giles’s, Oxford

Architect: H. Wilkinson Moore In June 1860, the college sold some land in lots for building along the west side of the Woodstock Road, but in the next month the first real step...

09 March 2010

1869 – Balliol College, Oxford

Architect: Alfred Waterhouse Description published in The Architect and Contract Reporter, January 2 1869, written by the architect Alfred Waterhouse. [Mr. Editor,"”You have requested me to give you a short description of the...

21 December 2009

1886 – Oriel College Chapel, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: T.G. Jackson Sketch showing proposed extension of choir & new organ, which was published in The Building News, April 11th 1884.

21 December 2009

1886 – New Buildings, High Street, Oxford

Architect: T.G. Jackson

22 October 2009

1875 – Wesleyan Chapel, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: Alexander Lauder From The Architect, October 16, 1875: The design is an endeavour to produce a building suitable to the JL simple ritual and service of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, and at...

02 October 2009

1881 – St. Edward’s School, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: William Wilkinson St Edwards School was founded in 1863 at New Inn Hall Street in central Oxford by the Revd Thomas Chamberlain, Senior Student (Fellow) of Christ Church Oxford and Vicar of...

28 September 2009

1880 – New Boat House, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Architect: John Oldrid Scott “The boat- house is now being built for the Oxford University Boat Club by Mr. Silver, of Maiden- head. The lower story consists of the boat-house proper, about 70ft....