The Lutyens Trust

To protect and promote the spirit and substance of the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens O.M.

London Exteriors Where Lutyens Work Can Be Seen

An area-by-area guide to where Lutyens exteriors can be viewed from public areas.

CENTRAL LONDON

1931 Clock, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, W1
1929 British Industries House and Hereford House, Oxford Street, W1 for Gamage’s (elevations only, now C&A) Undated Audley House, Nos. 8, 9 and 10 North Audley Street, W1 (elevations only)
1935 36 Hill Street, W1 (conversion of mews) for Baroness Porcelli
1926 Grosvenor House, Park Lane, W1 (elevations only)
1930 Aldford House, Park Lane, W1 (consultant for elevations)
1932 Brook House, Park Lane, W1 (facades only)
1927 Terminal House, Grosvenor Gardens, SW1 (elevations only)
1911 The Corner House, Cowley Street and No. 8 Little College Street, Westminster, SW1 for Lady Norman and the Hon. F. Maclaren
1895 16 Little College Street, SW1, for the Hon. Alfred Lyttelton
1911 36 Smith Square, SW1, for the Rt. Hon. Reginald McKenna
1928 Flats in Page Street and Vincent Street, SW1, for Westminster City Council
1936 Lord Grey of Falloden’s memorial at the Foreign Office
1919 Cenotaph, Whitehall, SW1
1938 Bronze barriers at the Cenotaph, SW1
1937-1939 Admiral Beatty and Admiral Jellicoe memorial fountains, Trafalgar Square, SW1
1912 Pedestal for Equestrian statue of King Edward in Waterloo Place
1929 120 Pall Mall, SW1 for Messrs Crane Bennett Ltd (now Sabadell House)
1911 7, St. James’s Square, SW1, for Henry Farrer
1928 68 Pall Mall, SW1 (elevations only) for Victor Behar
1911-24 Theosophical Society’s Headquarters (now British Medical Association), Tavistock Square, WC2 (extension and redecoration)
1926 Memorial to Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake DBE, MD, MS. Tavistock Square, WC2
1927 Monument to Lord Cheylesmore, Embankment Gardens, WC2
1903 Street Clock, Tower House, Southampton Street, WC2, for Sir George Newnes
1904 Country Life building (now Citibank), Tavistock Street, WC2
1923 Civil Service Rifles War Memorial, Somerset House, Strand, WC2
1930 66 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2 (restoration of facade) for Messrs Farrer and Co
1929 Lord Hambledon monument, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2
1935 Reuter’s and Press Association, Fleet Street, WC2
1933 Lamp standards, West front, St. Paul’s Cathedral, WC2
1938 Earl Beatty’s tomb, St. Paul Cathedral, WC2
1926 Mercantile Marine War Memorial, Tower Hill, EC3
1944 Sir Edwin’s ashes and memorial tablet, south wall of OBE Chapel, St. Paul’s Cathedral, WC2, by his friend William Curtis Green.

NORTH LONDON

1908 Hampstead Garden Suburb (Manse, Institute, houses in North Square and Erskine Hill)
1914 Mausoleum, Golder’s Green Crematorium, London for the Philipson family
1921 University College School War Memorial, Hampstead, NW3 Undated Tomb of Sir Cecil Harmsworth, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London

SOUTH LONDON

1911 Roehampton House, Wandsworth, SW15, (additions and garden) for A. M. Grenfell
1928 Pedestal for the statue, ‘The Sower’, Kew Gardens, London
1934 North House, (now Linden Lodge School), Wimbledon, Surrey (also lodge) for R. Wilson Black
1924 Royal Naval Division Memorial fountain, Admiralty

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