Appendix 3: Works by Ralph Knott

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APPENDIX III. Works by Ralph Knott

The following list, compiled mainly from Knott's obituary notices and Charles Marriott's Modern English Architecture (1924), includes all Knott's known buildings and designs for buildings.

From 1908 his work other than at County Hall was jointly credited to the partnership of Ralph Knott and E. Stone Collins.

Dated works

County Hall, London, 1908–29.

No. 21 Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster; new house, 1908– 9, and stable at the back (now No. 27 Culross Street), 1911.

Mallord House, Mallord Street, Chelsea Vale; new house for the artist Cecil A. Hunt, 1911.

No. 1 Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster; refronting and internal reconstruction, 1911–12.

No. 18 Upper Brook Street, Westminster; new house, Knott and Collins being responsible for the plans but not the elevation, 1913–16.

No. 20 Wood's Mews, Westminster; rebuilt as part of the reconstruction of No. 18 Upper Brook Street, 1914–17.

Daily Mail '£200 cottage', 1917.

Administration Buildings for the Northern Ireland Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast (in association with Arnold Thornely), 1923; not built.

Country House at Kingswood, c. 1923; perspective and plans published, but may not have been built.

Sports Pavilion, Grove Park, London SE; for the City of London School (attended by both Knott and Collins), 1925.

Speaker's House, Northern Ireland Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast, 1927–8.

Works of uncertain date

'Domestic buildings in Sussex'; unidentified, before 1908.

Actors' Orphanage, Langley, Buckinghamshire; observation wards.

Black Horse Ridge, Birdlip, Gloucesterhire; unidentified work.

Branksome Cliff, Bournemouth, Dorset; unidentified work.

Chasely House, Rugeley, Staffordshire; unidentified work at a late-eighteenth-century house.

Office/factory building for W. T. Henley's Telegraph Company Limited, Gravesend, Kent.

Garthynghared, near Dolgellau, Gwynedd; unidentified work probably on the interiors, which have affinities with some rooms at County Hall.

Overdene, Busbridge Lane, Godalming, Surrey; unidentified work. Overdene is one of three virtually identical adjacent houses erected c. 1905

York House, Twickenham; conversion to municipal offices.

Competition designs

Bristol Central Reference Library, 1902 (with Collins).

Malvern Free Library, 1904 (with Collins).

Lambeth Municipal Buildings, 1905 (with Collins).

London County Council, County Hall, 1907–8.

Bethnal Green Municipal Buildings, 1907 (with Round).

Devonport Municipal Buildings and Guildhall, 1913 (with Collins).