Cadogan Hall :: Shared Description

Cadogan Hall was formerly a Christian Science Church built in 1907, designed in the Byzantine style by Robert Fellowes Chisholm. The stained glass with Celtic knot motifs was designed by Baron Arild Rosenkrantz, a Dane who learnt his craft at Tiffany's in New York. When the church went out of use it was bough by the Cadogan Estate and converted into a concert hall, opening in 2004.
by David Hawgood
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TQ2878 : Cadogan Hall, near Sloane Square by David Hawgood
TQ2878 : Stained glass window, Celtic knot design, Cadogan Hall by David Hawgood
TQ2878 : Foyer bar with stained glass windows, Cadogan Hall  by David Hawgood
TQ2878 : Stained glass window on staircase, Cadogan Hall by David Hawgood

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Created: Thu, 9 Jul 2015, Updated: Thu, 9 Jul 2015

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