Features include a section of paving believed to have come from the Taj Mahal and a remarkable panelled ballroom known as the Tenants Hall, which was designed by Alfred Waterhouse
and constructed as an addition to the original accommodation in 1879.
While the leading Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse
created a memorable if overpowering exterior, the interior is altogether more welcoming.
It was designed by eminent Aigburth architect Alfred Waterhouse
, who famously created London's Natural History Museum and numerous other striking creations across the country.
THE Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse
, one of Britain's greatest names, designed the Victoria Building which created a precedent for the era's expansion of higher education.
The Agilysys team had to work to a tight sixweek timescale and configure it to match the listed Georgian building designed by Liverpoolborn Alfred Waterhouse
, the architect of London's iconic National History Museum.
Originally built in the early 1850s, Hinderton Hall was designed by renowned architect Alfred Waterhouse
and a lot of his distinctive features remain intact to this day.
The former orphanage was designed by the celebrated Victorian architect, Alfred Waterhouse
, and is Grade II listed.
He used it as the title of a novel, Red-brick Revisited, describing life inside the neo gothic, fiery-red Ruabon brick and terracotta faced Victoria Building, designed by the leading 19th century architect, Alfred Waterhouse
The grand grade II listed gothic mansion was built in the mid-1860s by leading Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse
for John Grant Morris, a Liverpool industrialist and Mayor of Liverpool in 1866.
Firstly, Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse
, who designed the Victoria Clocktower on Mount Pleasant and Prudential Building on Dale Street, perfected that distinctive red-brick look by mixing the base materials with ox blood, a practice that earned him the nickname "Slaughterhouse".
The new entrance foyer is a glazed extension to the listed redbrick Alfred Waterhouse
designed Victorian buildings.
Its architect was Liverpool-born Alfred Waterhouse
who also designed the Natural History Museum in London and Liverpool Infirmary.