4 Cadogan Square

Main entrance

George Edmund Street


4 Cadogan Square, London SW1

Jones and Woodward comment that this building, the home Street designed for himself, "makes few concessons to the prevailing 'Pont Street Dutch' — only the use of red brick and perhaps the restrained window arrangements. His gothic is given free reign in the magnificently assymetrical porch to the front door" (184).

Other Views

  • Three-quarter view (front)
  • Three-quarter view facing Cadogan Square
  • Decoration on façade
  • Porch over entrance
  • Upper story gothic stonework
  • Glass canopy over tradesman's entrance
  • Stone carving on first-floor windows
  • Photograph and text by George P. Landow

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