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Inigo Jones Architect, London : Architecture

17th Century British Architect in London, England

page updated 16 Aug 2016

Inigo Jones – Key Projects

Major Building Projects designed by Inigo Jones, alphabetical:

Banqueting House, Whitehall, central London, England, UK
Date built: 1619–22
Banqueting House
photo © Adrian Welch
Whitehall buildings

Covent Garden square, central London, England, UK
Date built: –
Covent Garden buildings

Queen’s House, Greenwich, southeast London, England, UK
Date built: 1632-38

St Paul’s, Bedford Street, Covent Garden square, central London, England, UK
Date built: 1631–37
St Paul's Church
photo © Adrian Welch
This delightful building was designed as part of a commission for the 4th Earl of Bedford to create “houses and buildings fit for the habitations of Gentlemen and men of ability”. The church is nicknamed “the actors’ church” due to long-standing connections with the theatre community.

Somerset House Chapel, London, England, UK
Date built: 1630–35; demolished

Other Architectural Works

, alphabetical:

Coleshill House, Berkshire, England, UK
Date built: –
Design executed by Roger Pratt

Oatlands Palace – Gateway, West Sussex, England, UK
Date built: 1617
This work was relocated to Chiswick House, a Palladian villa in Chiswick, west London

Arundel House – Gateway, West Sussex, England, UK
Date built: 1618 ; demolished

Prince’s Lodging, Newmarket, Suffolk, England, UK
Date built: 1619 ; demolished
Designed for Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales

The Queen’s Chapel, St. James’s Palace, London, England, UK
Date built: 1623–27
Designed for Henrietta Maria of France

Milton Manor House, Milton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Date built: –

Wilton House, Wiltshire, England, UK
Date built: 1636–40 ; interior burnt c.1647, rebuilt in 1648 to designs of John Webb

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Inigo Jones – Practice Information

This architect was based in London, England.

As the most notable architect in England, he was the first person to introduce the classical architecture of Rome and the Italian Renaissance to Britain.

Historic Architects

Banqueting House : Whitehall context

English Architecture

London Architect

Key Inigo Jones building – Covent Garden church
St Paul's Church
photo © Nick Weall

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