Designs for the Astor Estate Office, 2 Temple Place, Victoria Embankment, London, for William Waldorf Astor: plans of floor and ceiling and elevations of the four walls of the library
|Architect/Designer||Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)|
|Subject||Flats ; Decorative plasterwork ; Office buildings ; Stained glass (<Decoration>) ; Panelling ; Libraries|
NOTES: The building wash designed to contain offices for the Astor Estate in Britain as well as a large flat for the family when in London. After the Astors sold the building it became offices for Sun Life of Canada and then the Accountants Hall for the Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors. More recently it has become the offices of a trust and an exhibition gallery.
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