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Description: 10, Trinity Square Ec3
Date Listed: 3 March 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 199787
OS Grid Reference: TQ3345280797
OS Grid Coordinates: 533452, 180797
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5103, -0.0783
1. TRINITY SQUARE EC3
(Formerly listed as
Port of London Authority
TQ 3380 NW 17/477 3.3.72.
1912 to 22, by Sir Edwin Cooper. Large, detached, monumental building of Portland
stone. Nearly square plan with entrance at canted south east corner. Plain courtyard
formerly filled by large rotunda destroyed in World War II. 4 storeys plus basement
and slated mansard treated as stone attic to end pavilions and at entrance. Deep
entablature with pairs of Corinthian columns in antis to pavillons. 4-columned
entrance portico, also in antis, the entablature topped by balustrade in front
of attic. Above rises broad tower embellished with order of Corinthian pilasters
and piers, arched niche and colossal figure sculpture. Stepped upper part. Entrance
hall, corridors etc of some distinction. Suite of richly panelled rooms on 2nd
floor, notably dining room, chairman's room and board room, east 2 with exceptional
carved decoration. Small part of building is in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Listing NGR: TQ3345180797
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Source: English Heritage
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