Hovedbanegaarden København, built in 1904-11, designed by Heinrich Wenck Architect: landmark Copenhagen building on west side of city centre, immediately west of Tivoli.
Georgian architecture refers to the architectural style of the period from 1720 and 1830. It takes its name from the four British King Georges who ruled at this time. Georgian architecture departed from the English Baroque style of the early 18th century, characterised by bold and opulent curved shapes, strong lines, ornamental design and rich colours.
Bluecoat Arts Centre Liverpool design by Biq Architects, oldest surviving city centre building: Arts centre extension, English Grade 1 Listed building restoration (originally built as a school in 1717) and a new 2250 m² extension built – a new arts wing housing a flexible performance space and four art galleries.
It is Liverpool’s oldest surviving city centre building and a fine example of Queen Anne-style architecture, yet the builders and architects responsible for creating Bluecoat have remained unconfirmed – until now. New research has discovered fresh information about the origins of this much-loved Liverpool building, which dates from 1717 and started life as a charity school before becoming a centre for the contemporary arts.