Two Temple Place :: Shared Description

In 1895 when he moved to England William Waldorf Astor bought the mansion at Two Temple Place and had it rebuilt as an opulent Victorian mansion to be his London residence and office. The architect was John Loughborough Pearson. The interior has opulent wood panelling and carving, there are stained glass windows. The house is now owned by the charitable Bulldog Trust, used for exhibitions, private events, and occasional openings for public or Friends of Two Temple Place.
by David Hawgood
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TQ3180 : Astor House, Temple Place by Eirian Evans
TQ3180 : Wood panelled room, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Bradford altar frontlet in textiles exhibition, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Stained glass windows, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Ebony pillars in stair well, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Clock in wooden panelling, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Decorative wood carving, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Stained glass ceiling, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : William Morris "Pimpernel" wallpaper, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood
TQ3180 : Santa Maria weather vane, Two Temple Place by David Hawgood


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Created: Sun, 4 Oct 2015, Updated: Sun, 4 Oct 2015

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