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Quinlan Terry Architects : Architecture
Neoclassical Architecture Practice England, Traditional UK Design Office
post updated 31 March 2022
Quinlan Terry Architects News
Quinlan Terry Architects Architecture – Key recent building project:
31 Mar 2022
Wolverton Folly, Worcestershire, west England, UK
image courtesy of architects practice
Wolverton Hall Folly
Wolverton Folly is a 46’0” high octagonal tower built for Nicholas Coleridge CBE, to entertain, write and work, and enjoy the distant views of Bredon Hill. It consists of a ground floor entrance hall with a small kitchen and WC. There is a first-floor study / sitting room with stairs leading up to a turret which gives access to a roof terrace.
post updated 9 July 2021
Quinlan Terry – Key Projects
Featured Building by Quinlan & Francis Terry LLP:
Chelsea Barracks – alternative proposal, Chelsea, south west London, UK
Date built: 2009
Images of design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners + alternative by Quinlan Terry
picture from developer
Chelsea Barracks + Chelsea Barracks Letter
Quinlan Terry Architects – Key Developments, England
Designs by Quinlan Terry Architect, alphabetical:
Brentwood Cathedral, Essex, England, UK
This is an extension of a nineteenth century Roman Catholic Gothic revival church in the English Baroque style.
Downing College buildings, Cambridge, England, UK
Location: off Tennis Court Rd; off Regent St
Date built: 1985-86
Junior Common Room
Date built: 1987
Maitland Robinson Library
Date built: 1992-93
building photo © Adrian Welch
Maitland Robinson Library won the Building of the Year Award in 1994.
Howard Court: west range
Date built: 1994
10 Downing Street interiors project, Whitehall, central London, UK
Date built: –
Hanover Lodge buildings, Regent’s Park, north London, UK
Date built: –
Hanover Lodge : two lodges in the driveway to this mansion by architect John Nash
Waverton House, Gloucestershire, England, UK
Date built: –
More architecture projects by Quinlan & Francis Terry Architects online soon
Location: London, south east England, UK
English Neoclassical Architecture Practice Information
Architect office title : Quinlan & Francis Terry LLP Architects
Architect studio based in Dedham, Essex, South East England. This architecture practice was established in 1928 by architect Raymond Erith.
Quinlan was educated at Bryanston School and the Architectural Association in London (AA). He was a pupil of architect Raymond Erith, with whom he formed the partnership Erith & Terry.
Terry is a key representative of New Classical Architecture, alongside Robert Adam of Adam Architecture. He worked with his son Francis Terry until 2016 when the latter left to form his own architecture practice.
Richmond Riverside, Surrey, England
Date built: 1988
Design: Erith & Terry, architects
Highly controversial mix of pastiche neoclassical facades with jarring suspended ceilings behind – discussed at length in the Architecture Review of the time.
London Architectural Designs
London Architecture Designs – chronological list
London Architect – design practice listing on e-architect
London Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal Programme
photograph © UK Parliament
Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal
The Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal Programme has partnered with experts at Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, Scotland) to help protect those working on the essential and complex restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster.
NoMad London, 4 Bow St, Covent Garden, WC2E 7AT
Design: Roman and Williams
photograph : Simon Upton
NoMad London Hotel, Covent Garden
Contemporary Architectural Designs
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