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22 Aug 2009

Hampstead Garden Suburb Architecture

Key Architectural Projects, alphabetical:

Hampstead Garden Suburb, NW11

Design: Raymond Unwin : Parker & Unwin

Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church, The Marse, Central Square, Barnet

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Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church
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St Jude on the Hill : Parish Church of Hampstead Garden Suburb
1909-10; 1935
Design: Edwin Lutyens, architect
St Jude on the Hill
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Central Square, opposite the Free Church
Founded in 1907 by Dame Henrietta Barnett to be a model community
Consecrated 1911

Henrietta Barnett School, opposite the Free Church

Henrietta Barnett School
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Founded in 1911

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Hampstead Garden Suburb Context

Muswell Hill Buildings, alphabetical:

Alexandra Palace – ‘Ally Pally’, Wood Green / Muswell Hill
1873
Alexandra Palace
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Alexandra Palace

St James Church, St James Lane, Muswell Hill
St James Church
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London Architecture Photos taken by Nick Weall with a Nikon D700 using either a 14-24mm Nikkor Lens or a 24-70mm Nikkor lens. All images taken with a tripod.

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Hampstead Garden Suburb

Hampstead Garden Suburb is located in North West London, England, approximately 7 miles from the centre of London. Founded in 1907 by Dame Henrietta Barnett, it is internationally recognised as one of the finest examples of early twentieth century domestic architecture and town planning, and home to approximately 13,000 people.
Source: HGS

Hampstead Garden Suburb was founded by Henrietta Barnett, who, with her husband Samuel, had started the Whitechapel Art Gallery and Toynbee Hall. In 1906, Barnett set up the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust Ltd, which purchased 243 acres of land from Eton College for the scheme and appointed Raymond Unwin as its architect.

The ideas for the “Garden Suburb” were clearly based on the ideas and experience of Parker and Unwin in the planning and development of Letchworth Garden City, the first development of its kind, inspired by the work of Ebenezer Howard. Other consultant architects involved with the Hampstead development include George Lister Sutcliffe and John Soutar.

However, with no industry, no public houses and few shops or services, the suburb, unlike the garden cities, made no attempt to be self-contained. In the 1930s the “Suburb” (as it is known by locals) expanded to the north of the A1. While more characterful than most other suburban housing, some of the housing to the north is considered, overall, of less architectural value.

On Central Square, laid out by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, there are two large churches, St. Jude’s Church and The Free Church, as well as a Quaker Meeting House. There are two mixed state primary schools in the Suburb, Garden Suburb and Brookland. There is also a state girls’ grammar school, Henrietta Barnett School. The school used to house The Institute, an adult education centre, but most of The Institute has now moved to accommodation in East Finchley, opposite the tube station, with the opening of a new purpose-built arts centre.
Source: wikipedia

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