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Traditional Half-Timbered Buildings in England, UK: Midlands Architecture Photos in Royal Leamington Spa

page updated 26 Jul 2016

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Traditional Warwickshire buildings photographs from Royal Leamington Spa:

Half Timbered house Half-Timbered Building
building images © Adrian J Welch

These photos were taken back in 1985 in Leamington Spa. This town in central England is located on the winding River Leam.

The town is known for its Regency architecture and broad boulevards. Royal Leamington Spa, commonly known as Leamington Spa, is a spa town and civil parish in Warwickshire, England.

It grew into a spa town in the 18th century following the popularisation of its water which was reputed to have medicinal qualities. In the 19th century, the town experienced one of the most rapid expansions in England.

It is named after the River Leam, which flows through the town. The town contains especially fine ensembles of Regency architecture, particularly in parts of the Parade, Clarendon Square and Lansdowne Circus.

London Building Photos including Half-timbered building images

Half-timbered building London
photo © Adrian Welch

Location: Warwickshire, central England, UK

New Warwickshire Buildings

Contemporary Warwickshire Architecture

Sherborne House, Coventry, West Midlands
Design: Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
Coventry Building | www.e-architect.com
photo : Tim Crocker
Sherborne House, Coventry Building

The Oculus, University of Warwick campus
Architects: Berman Guedes Stretton
The Oculus University of Warwick campus
photograph : Quentin Lake
The Oculus, University of Warwick

Astley Castle, Nuneaton
Design: Witherford Watson Mann
Astley Castle Building
photograph © J Miller
Astley Castle

University of Warwick Campus
Design: bmj architects
University of Warwick Building
photograph : Lightworks Photography
University of Warwick Campus

BFI Master Film Store
Design: Edward Cullinan Architects
BFI Master Film Store
photograph : Edmund Sumner
BFI Master Film Store

Warwick Students Union
Design: MJP
Warwick Students Union
photograph © Peter Durant
Warwick Students Union

British Horse Society Headquarters Building, near Coventry
Design: Archial
British Horse Society HQ
photograph from Archial architects
British Horse Society Warwickshire

Bluebell Views Student Residences, University of Warwick
Design: Page Park Architects
University of Warwick Student Residences
image from architect
University of Warwick Student Residences

Warwickshire Architecture Competition Shortlist
Warwickshire Architecture Competition

Architecture in the Midlands

Contemporary Architecture in the Midlands

Warwickshire Architecture

Birmingham Architectural Walking Tours : city walks by e-architect

Birmingham Architecture Designs – chronological list

Half-timbered buildings – Newcastle
Traditional English Architecture
photo © Adrian Welch

Birmingham Buildings

Rotunda Birmingham by Glen Howells Architects

English Architecture

Other examples of Half-timbered English Architecture welcome for submission to e-architect for potential inclusion – we favour interesting high-end refurbishment property projects with a strong selection of photos

Contemporary Architecture in central England – Midlands architectural selection below:

The Timber Yard, Southside
Design: Claridge Architects
The Timber Yard Birmingham Architecture News
image © Hurst Street Facade
The Timber Yard Birmingham Housing
A major development in Birmingham’s Southside district providing high quality homes for young professionals has received planning approval.

University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre wins National RIBA award
University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness Club Building
photo : Paul Riddle
University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre Building
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ (LDS) new sports centre for the University of Birmingham has been named as one of two National RIBA award winners in the West Midlands, marking it as one of this year’s finest buildings in the UK.

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