Friends Meeting House. Architects: Frederick Rowntree. 1907. Listed Building. 120 Heath Street, Hampstead, London NW3. British Listed Buildings, which describes the meeting house as an example of “Arts and Crafts Free Style,” explains that “Frederick Rowntree was an architect member of the famous Quaker chocolate manufacturing family from Yorkshire, who designed a series of Friends' Meeting Houses around the country.” [Click on image to enlarge it.]

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"Friends Meeting House, Camden." British Listed Buildings. Web. 3 September 2012.


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