Building Tour: Architecture & Craftsmanship of Two Temple Place
Two Temple Place is a dazzling neo-Gothic gem on Victoria Embankment, commissioned by and built for William Waldorf Astor in the 1890s by one of the foremost neo-Gothic architects of the late nineteenth-century John Loughborough Pearson.
No expense was spared when work began on Two Temple Place in 1892, so the building now provides us with a vivid narrative of his life and the endeavour of the remarkable craftspeople who shaped it.
Find out about the unique architecture and craftsmanship of Two Temple Place in this exclusive tour for the London Festival of Architecture.
Limited spaces available.
The tour will last approx. 1 hr including time for any questions.
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This event is a part of a series of talks on this day – see the ‘What’s On’ page of our website for more details.