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Richard Norman Shaw

07 August 2009

1903 – Alliance Assurance Offices, 88 St. James’s Street, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw & Ernest Newton Closing the west end of Pall Mall, this is a good exampled of Shaw’s later baroque style – finished in stone.

07 August 2009

1906 – H.M. Office of Woods, Whitehall, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw

07 August 2009

1906 – The Piccadilly Hotel, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw

21 July 2009

1881 – Albert Hall Mansions, South Kensington, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Front Perspective View as published in The Building News, October 21st 1881. Completed as illustrated and still used for housing accommodation today. “This building, which has lately been erected...

20 July 2009

1879 – Church of St. Michael & All Angels, Bedford Park, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw St Michael and All Angels Church sits at the junction of Turnham Green Terrace and Bath Road – opposite Acton Green and Turnham Green tube station. Designed by the...

20 July 2009

1878 – House at Campden Hill, Kensington, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw

16 July 2009

1875 – New House, Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw “We have satisfaction this week in publishing a reproduction of Mr. Norman Shaw’s Academy drawing of the new house now being erected under his architectural superintendence at Queen’s-gate, South...

16 July 2009

1873 – New Zealand Chambers, Leadenhall Street, London

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Demolished. From The Building News, September 5 1873: “We have the satisfaction this week of giving a doublr-page illustration of a characteristic and picturesque block of buildings in Leadenhall-street,...

15 July 2009

1879 – St. Margarets Church, Ilkley, Yorkshire

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Norman Shaw’s appointment as architect was confirmed at the end of 1873 following the formal transfer of the site to the Church Commissioners. He was instructed to draw up...