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  • Albert Memorial 

    Scott, George Gilbert, I (English architect, 1811-1878) (1863)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington Gardens. Albert Memorial (for Prince Albert), restoration view of monument surrounded by scaffolding, 1994-1998. Materials include marble, cast iron, bronze, ...
  • Aroid House No. 1, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Nash, John (English architect and town planner, 1752-1835) (1836)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Aroid House No. 1 (Nash Conservatory), Royal Botanic Gardens. Stone structure just within main gate has Ionic portico and tall ...
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows interior view of shops. Structural ...
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows exterior view of entrance to shops ...
  • Covent Garden Market 

    Jones, Inigo (English architect, designer, and painter, 1573-1652); Fowler, Charles (British architect, 1792-1867) (1656)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Covent Garden. Covent Garden Market. Fruit and vegetable market began 1656 on site of 13th century Benedictine monksnull garden. A residential square ("piazza") with St. ...
  • Leadenhall Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1881)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Leadenhall Market on site of Roman Londinium basilica (2nd century). Named for Sir John Nevillenulls 14th century lead-roofed mansion house on the grounds of which food was ...
  • Palm House (exterior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and ...
  • Palm House (interior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and scientific ...
  • Piccadilly Circus 

    Unknown author (1819)
    Architecture/Urban Design: United Kingdom, England, London. Piccadilly Circus, formed by intersection of Piccadilly with Regent Street. 1995 photograph shows view from Coventry Street at head of Haymarket.
  • Smithfield Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Londonnulls largest meat market and sight of meat provision since the 12th century. Covered hall (London Central Meat Market) build 1851-1866 by Horace Jones with extensions ...
  • St. Pancras New Church 

    Inwood, Henry William (English architect, 1794-1843); Inwood, Wiilliam (English architect and surveyor, 1766-1843) (1819)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Upper Woburn Place. St. Pancras New Church (St. Pancras Parish Church) of Greek Revival style based on Athens Acropolis Erechtheion. Exterior view from rear showing east-end ...
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum, exterior view of main quadrangle (main court), north side. Red brick and terracotta. 1994 photograph.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum. Exterior view: detail of main court pediment showing mosaic work by Reuben Townroe (British sculptor, painter, and watercolorist, ...
  • Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Turner, Richard (Irish founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1852)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens. The "widest single-span glasshouse in the world [at time of construction] designed ...