Lincoln Architecture – Lincolnshire Buildings

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Architectural Information + Images: Lincolnshire Developments, east England, UK

Lincoln Architecture

Selection of Lincoln buildings in the city centre:

Lincoln building Lincoln building Lincoln building
photo © Adrian Welch

Lincoln Cathedral
Lincoln Cathedral Lincoln Cathedral building
photo © Adrian Welch
Construction of the first Lincoln Cathedral, within its close or walled precinct facing the castle, began when the see was removed from the quiet backwater of Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and was completed in 1092; it was rebuilt after a fire but was destroyed by an unusual earthquake in 1185. The rebuilt Lincoln Minster, enlarged to the east at each rebuilding, was on a magnificent scale, its crossing tower crowned by a spire reputed to have been 525 ft (160 m) high, the highest in Europe.

Traditional Lincoln architecture in the city centre:

Lincoln building
photo © Adrian Welch

Lincoln Architecture

Major Architectural Projects, alphabetical:

Lincoln City & County Museum – The Collection
Panter Hudspith Architects

The Collection Lincoln building The Collection Lincoln Museum building Lincoln Museum building The Collection Lincoln
photos © Adrian Welch

Cost: £7.8m
Client: The Collection

Lincoln Arts Centre
O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

University of Lincoln School of Architecture

Rick Mather Architects

More Lincolnshire Developments online soon


Architecture in Leeds

Leeds Architecture Designs – chronological list

Lincolnshire Architecture
Lincoln Think Tank building
photo © Paul Riddle Photographer

RIBA Awards
The Collection, Lincoln
Lincoln building : RIBA Awards 2006 – East Midlands

Yorkshire Buildings
Castleford Bridge
photo : Tim Soar

Leeds Buildings

Sheffield Building

Lincoln City & County Museum : Panter Hudspith Architects

Lincoln Arts Centre : O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

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Lincoln Buildings – page

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