Burlington House, Piccadilly, London: Learned Societies ranges and entrance archway
|Architect/Designer||Banks & Barry|
|Barry, Charles (1823-1900)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 31, 1873 Dec. 13, p. 987 NOTES: In 1854 Burlington House was acquired from the government, with the northernmost part of the site being used for a new building for London University. Burlington House itself was altered for the use of the Royal Academy, with several learned societies being housed in new buildings in the Piccadilly forecourt designed by Banks & Barry in 1868-1873.
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