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Thomas Newenham Deane

02 July 2014

1865 – Crown Life Assurance, Fleet Street, London

Architect: Sir Thomas Newenham Deane Venetian Gothic office building that was constructed to replace, his deceased partner, Benjamin Woodward’s Blackfriars office. The Blackfriars building influenced the design of the Crown Life building on...

23 April 2014

1865 – Meadow Buildings, Christ Church College, Oxford

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane In 1862-65 Meadow Buildings, a Venetian Gothic construction by T.N. Deane, was erected to accommodate on site more of the undergraduates. Originally, college undergraduates would be given a suite...

12 March 2014

1872 – Nos.12-13 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Newenham Deane Shops & dwellings, for J.G. Mooney. Constructed in Dalkey granite & Portland stone, it was converted into a branch of the Hibernian Bank in 1878, and destroyed in...

27 February 2014

1867 – Shooting Lodge, Slievenamon, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane Shooting lodge and offices for Marquess of Ormonde. Estimated cost: £3,000. Published in The Irish Builder, December 15, 1867.

09 July 2013

1872 – Holy Trinity Church, Westport, Co. Mayo

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane Fine Church of Ireland on site provided by 3rd Marquess of Sligo who also provided £1200 towards cost of erection, replacing church of 1797 on different site. Completed and...

31 March 2013

1867 – T.N. Deane’s Design for Royal Courts of Justice, London

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane Design submitted by Irish architect, Thomas Newenham Deane, for the Royal Courts of Justice competition in London, which was won by George Edmund Street. It is recorded in RIAI...

21 March 2013

1867 – Scottish Provincial Assurance Co., O’Connell St., Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Newenham Deane Constructed on the site of Drogheda House, the house occupied by the Earl of Drogheda. O’Connell Street, previously Sackville Street, was previously Drogheda Mall, named after Henry Moore,...

11 March 2013

1867 – Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Co., College Green, Dublin

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane Demolished in the 1960s to make way for a new office block. Originally constructed on the site of a wing of Daly’s Club – a suitably deferential building facing...

09 August 2012

1878 – St Mary’s Cathedral, Tuam, Co. Galway

Architect: Thomas Newenham Deane This, the third Cathedral to be built in Tuam, was built on the site of the first cathedral and incorporated a Hiberno-Romanesque arch that remained onsite. The building is...

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