Plate 58: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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'Plate 58: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools', in Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area, (London, 1975) pp. 58. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol38/plate-58 [accessed 12 April 2024]

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HUXLEY BUILDING, FORMERLY SCIENCE SCHOOLS, 1867–71.

Gen. H. Scott, architect, assisted by J. Gamble, J. W. Wild and others (p. 234)

a. View from south-west in c. 1872–3: official Residences of South Kensington Museum (pp. 106–7)on right, Nos. 64–72 (consec.) Princes Gate (p. 303) on left

Figure 58d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

View from south-west in c. 1872–3: official Residences of South Kensington Museum (pp. 106–7)on right, Nos. 64–72 (consec.) Princes Gate (p. 303) on left

b. Suggestions for design by Henry Cole, May 1868

Figure 58d:

Suggestions for design by Henry Cole, May 1868

c. Colonnade to design by G. Sykes in c. 1872–3

Figure 58d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Colonnade to design by G. Sykes in c. 1872–3

d. Terra-cotta roundel to design by G. Skyes in 1973

Figure 58d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Terra-cotta roundel to design by G. Skyes in 1973