Kendal Building – Architecture in Cumbria

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Kendal Building, Cumbria : Architecture

Architectural Designs in Westmorland, northwest England, UK

Kendal Architecture

Key building in the centre of town, Victorian style:

Kendal Victorian Building Kendal Building
images © Adrian Welch, 12 Aug 2006

Morecombe Bay – Competition

Other examples of Cumbrian Architecture welcome

Berners Pool, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria
Stephen Hodder Architects

Grizedale Forest – Education Centre, Lake District, Cumbria: Competition
Stephen Hodder Architects

Cumbrian Buildings

This community anciently known as Kirkby in Kendal or Kirkby Kendal, is a market town and civil parish within the South Lakeland District of Cumbria, England. Historically in Westmorland, it is 22 miles (35 km) north of Lancaster and 50 miles (80 km) south of Carlisle, on the River Kent, and has a total resident population of 28,586, making it the third largest settlement in Cumbria, behind Carlisle and Barrow in Furness.
Kendal today is known largely as a centre for tourism, as the home of Kendal mint cake, and as a producer of pipe tobacco and tobacco snuff. Its buildings, mostly constructed with the local grey limestone, have earned it the nickname the Auld Grey Town.

Kendal is listed in the Domesday Book as part of Yorkshire with the name Cherchbi. For many centuries it was called Kirkbie Kendal, meaning “village with a church in the valley of the River Kent”. The earliest castle was a Norman motte and bailey (now located on the west side of the town) when the settlement went under the name of Kirkbie Strickland.
Source: wikipedia

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Lancashire Buildings

Manchester Architecture – Selection

JS Bach Chamber Music Hall
Zaha Hadid Architects
JS Bach Chamber Music Hall
photo : Luke Hayes
JS Bach Chamber Music Hall Manchester

Media CityUK – B4 Building, Salford Quays
Sheppard Robson
Media CityUK Building
image from architect

Media CityUK Building

Owen Street development
Ian Simpson Architects
Owen Street development
image from architect

Owen Street Manchester

Website: Visit Lancashire

Buildings / images for the Kendal Building page welcome

Kendal Building – page

Website: Kendal