1900-1918

Salisbury House

29-31 Finsbury Circus, EC2Built: 1899-1901Architect:  Davis & EmanuelLocation: Finsbury CircusListing: Grade II (1997) Salisbury House was built as a speculative office development to a design by the prolific firm of Davis & Emanuel.  This very large Y-shaped edifice was planned… Read More »Salisbury House

King Edward Building

1 King Edward Street, EC1Built: 1907-1910Architect:  Sir Henry TannerLocation: AldersgateListing: Grade II* (1974) The site of this building long hosted Christ’s Hospital, founded by King Edward VI in 1552, later adding a school of long-established City tradition (moved to Essex… Read More »King Edward Building

Coronation House

4 Lloyd’s Avenue, EC3 Built: 1902 Architect: Barrow Emanuel (T. Collcutt as consultant) Location: Aldgate and Fenchurch Street east Listing: not listed The modern Lloyd’s Register of Shipping building, designed by Richard Rogers, rises partly on the former footprint of… Read More »Coronation House

Lloyd’s Register

71 Fenchurch Street and 2 Lloyd’s Avenue, EC3 Built: 1899-1901Architect: Thomas E. Collcutt Location: Aldgate and Fenchurch Street eastListing: Grade II* (1972) Relative to the scale of this building – three main storeys not counting the mansard roof – the… Read More »Lloyd’s Register

Dixon House

72-75 Fenchurch Street and 1 Lloyd’s Avenue, EC3Built: 1900-1901Architect: Davis & EmanuelLocation: Aldgate and Fenchurch Street eastListing: Grade II (1972) Dixon House, like several other buildings in this area seems to have been destined from the start for multiple tenancy, as… Read More »Dixon House