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Terminal House (52, Grosvenor Gradens)

Gazetteer No. G0425

Date 1927

Address Westminster London, Greater London SW1W 0AW England


Nos. 36–50 (1867–9), sw side, are stone-faced; No. 36 has the best interiors. The composition is incomplete, the I. house having gone when Terminal House (No. 52) was built. This is of 1927–30 with elevations by Lutyens, the rest by Yates, Cook & Darbyshire. Entrances with big Doric columns in antis, the surrounds with Lutyens’s favourite pilasters emerging from rustication. Also French the garden, with two dear little shell and pebbledash lodges with pediments on all four sides, formerly with a parterre between. The gift of the French government in 1952, designed by M. Moreux, architect-in-chief of French national monuments and palaces. (Bradley & Pevsner, 2003, p.753)


Bradley S & Pevsner N (2003) LONDON 6: WESTMINSTER. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.

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