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Architecture of Wales

09 August 2010

1886 – University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales

Architect: F. Boreham Front Perspective including Ground Plan. Selected design in competition for University College of Wales published in The Building News, October 1st 1886.

27 July 2010

1870 – Working Men’s Institute, Monmouth, Wales

Architect: Benjamin Lawrence Perspective View & Plans published in The Building News, December 4th 1870. “THIS building was opened on Thursday, the 15th of October. It has been built by a charitable lady,...

06 July 2010

1894 – Semi-Detatched Villas, Newport, Wales

Architect: W.L. Griffith Published in The Building News, October 12th 1894.

24 June 2010

1864 – Lunatic Asylum, Carmarthen, Wales

Architect: David Brandon “This asylum is now being erected for the joint counties of Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, on an elevated and picturesque site, known as the Job’s Well estate, near Carmarthen, consisting...

24 June 2010

1886 – University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales

Architect: Halsey Ricardo Competition Design for University College of Wales. Front Perspective & View of Quadrangle including plans published in The Building News, September 3rd 1886.

18 June 2010

1888 – St. Peter’s Church, Pentre, Ystrad, Glamorganshire

Architect: Fred. R Kempson Perspective View including plans as published in The Building News, March 9th 1888. Known as the ‘Cathedral of the Rhondda’, the largest religious building in the valleys.

31 May 2010

1901 – Additions to “Plas Nant-y-Glyn”, Colwyn Bay, Wales

Architect: Booth Chadwick & Porter Front Perspective View published in The Building News, December 13th 1901.

30 May 2010

1895 – New Residences & Offices, Rhayader, Wales

Architect: Stephen W. Williams Perspective View & plan published in The Building News, March 29th 1895.

06 May 2010

1886 – Bryncaerau, Caermarthen, Wales

Architect: J. Buckley Wilson Previously known as Bryncaerau Castle and now Parc Howard Museum. It replaced an earlier house, Bryn-y-caerau, and may incorporate something of its fabric. Both houses stood within elaborate grounds...