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Architecture of Wales

24 August 2009

1884 – “Bronwylfa”, St. Asaph, Denbighshire, Wales

Architect: John Douglas Perpective published in The Building News, January 4th 1884.

27 July 2009

1875 – House, Park Street, Bridgend, Wales

Architect: Henry C. Harris Designed for for W.J. Lewis esq., and published in The Building News, December 17th 1875.

23 July 2009

1877 – Cardiff Municipal Buildings, Wales

Architect: James Seward & Thomas

18 July 2009

1881 – New Mixed School, Pencoed, Wales

Architect: Henry C. Harris Designed by Cardiff architect Henry C. Harris and published in The Building News, October 21 1881.

18 July 2009

1879 – Llanerch Panna, Ellesmere, Wales

Architect: John Douglas Front Perspective View including Chamber Plan, as designed for the Hon. George T. Kenyon, and published in The Building News, February 21st 1879.

22 June 2009

1877 – New Church at Penycae, North Wales

Architect: Aston Webb

15 June 2009

1898 – The Richmond Road Congregational Church & Schools, Cardiff

Architect: Habershon & Fawckner “These buildings, which are just completed, occupy a prominent site in the midst of a thickly-populated neighbourhood. The schools, which are at the rear, were erected eleven years ago,...

09 June 2009

1885 – St. Padarn’s Church, Llanberis

Architect: Arthur H. Baker This large church was built in 1885 when the slate industry was at its peak. It was further extended in 1912.

09 June 2009

1283 – Harlech Castle, Wales

Architect: James of St. George Harlech Castle, begun in 1283 by Edward I of England, captured by Owen Glendower, and later the stronghold of Henry Tudor. The castle was originally built next to...

09 June 2009

15th Century St. Beuno’s Church, Clynnog Fawr, Wales

Clynnog Fawr, often simply called “Clynnog”, is a village on the north coast of the Lleyn Peninsula in north-west Wales. The site is said to be that of a Celtic monastery founded by...