Plate 59: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, details in c. 1872–7

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

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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. Staircase compartment and upper arcade in 1872–3

Figure 59d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, details in c. 1872–7

Staircase compartment and upper arcade in 1872–3

b. Staircase compartment and upper arcade in 1872–3

Figure 59d:

Staircase compartment and upper arcade in 1872–3

c. Inner courtyard in 1872–3

Figure 59d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, details in c. 1872–7

Inner courtyard in 1872–3

d. Sgraffito decoration on back wall in 1877. F. W. Moody, designer

Figure 59d:

Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, details in c. 1872–7

Sgraffito decoration on back wall in 1877. F. W. Moody, designer