Media    From 1843 

Builder / Building

Architectural journal created by Joseph Hansom as 'The Builder', renamed 'Building' in 1966 and still going strong. Edited by Hansom and then Alfred Bartholomew, it became successful and well-respected under George Godwin who edited 1844-83.

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Builder / Building

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Joseph Hansom

Joseph Aloysius Hansom, 1803 - 1882, architect, founder-editor of The Builder...

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Herbert Huntly-Gordon

Herbert Huntly-Gordon

Architect and speculative builder.  Worked closely with the manufacturers Doulton and Company to produce a rough-faced terracotta for this type of neo-renaissance architectural decoration.  Ornamen...

Person, Architecture, Property

1 memorial
Peter of Colechurch

Peter of Colechurch

His name, sometimes given as Peter de Colechurch, is connected to the church where he was a priest, St Mary Colechurch in Cheapside. Colechurch had already rebuilt London Bridge from elm in about ...

Person, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
The Black Cap

The Black Cap

Public House. It was originally called the Mother Black Cap after a local legend concerning a witch, and had that name, according to licensing records, as early as 1751. In the mid 1960s it became ...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Royal Institute of British Architects

Royal Institute of British Architects

From the RIBA website: "RIBA Awards are given for buildings that have high architectural standards and make a substantial contribution to the local environment. The awards are annual, and have been...

Group, Architecture

2 memorials