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The Palace of Westminster


Charles Barry and A. W. Pugin


1867


For the Government to replace the burned down original and to represent the British Style

The Crystal Palace


Joseph Paxton


1851


For the Great Exhibition (showcase London knowledge and trade) by the public subcription

All Saints Margaret Street


William Butterfield


1859


By Ecclesitocial Society (Alexander Bedford-Hope) to embody important tenants of society following Gothic Revival Movement

St James the Less


George Edmund Street


1861


For the church as a means of speaking to all people

The Red House


William Morris and Philip Webb


1860


For William Morris as a home/example of the AC movement and to influence society to change

Foreign and Commonwealth Office


George Gilbert Scott


1875


For the government to showcase prestige and and as a drawing room for the nation

St Pancras Station and Midland Grand Hotel


George Gilbert Scott 1875


W. H. Barlow 1868


For the Midland Rail Company to connect cities and make a statement about the company

Royal Courts of Justice, Westminster


George Edmund street D/A


1882


For the government as a common law court

St Michael and All Angels


Richard Norman Shaw


1880


Church? Queen ann revival style

14 South Parade


CFA Voysey


1890


Build for artist J. W. Foster to protest against the red suburb arts and C movement

St Jude on the Hill


Edwin Lutyens


1911


For Henrietta Barnett for her model community to gather in equality away from the city

The Cenotaph


Edwin Lutyens (D) Holland, Hannen, Cubitts


1920


For the public/government for a peace parade following WW1

Wembley Stadium/Empire Stadium


John Simpson, Maxwell Ayrton, Owen Williams


Sir Robert McAlpine


1923


For the government? For the British Empire exhibition

Carreras Cigarette Factory


M.D and O.H Collins and A. G. Piorri


1928


For the Carreras Tobacco company (Berhnard Baron) for plant expansion

Arnos Grove


Charles Holden


1932


For the Great Northern Railway/London and North Eastern Railway as an extension station into the suburbs

Peter Jones Department Store


William Crabtree


1936


For Peter Jones to expand his business?

Hoover Building


Wallis Gilbert and Partners


1938


For the Hoover Company for american production in the UK

Pioneer Health Center


Owen Williams


1935


For George Scott Williams and Innes Hope Pearse to study health as a manner of being rather than disease

Finsbury Health Center


Berthold Lubetkin


1938


For the Bourough of Finsbury as a model to help cure the sick and diseased of the area

Royal Festival Hall


Robert Matthew, Leslie Martin and Peter Moro


1951


for the London County Council Built as part of the Festival of Britain

Barbican Estate


Chamberling Powell and Bon


1981


Court of Common Council for housing after WWII

Commonwealth Institute


Robert Matthew, Johnson Marshall and Partners


1962


For the Public To promote trade between commonwealth partners (to educate)

Royal College of Physicians


Denys Lasdun and Partners


1964


To aid in the education?

Southbank Center


GLC Architects Department


1968


By the London County Council as an art and performing gallery

National Theater


Denys Lasdun and Partners


1976


Publicly funded for performance