Basic Site Details

Name: Royal Masonic Hospital, nurses' home
Town, district or village: Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith
City or county: London
Country: England
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Alternative Names

The following alternative names are associated with this building/design:
 NameCurrent name?Notes
Item 1 of 1Ashlar Court From 2013

Building Type Classification

The building is classified under the following categories:
 ClassificationOriginal classification?Notes
Item 1 of 2Health workers house  
Item 2 of 2Flats  


The following date-based events are associated with this building:
 FromToEvent typeNotes
Item 1 of 219361938Build/construction 
Item 2 of 22013 Alteration/conversionConverted to flats as Ashlar Court


Design and Construction

The following individuals or organisations have carried out design/construction work. Where architects or practices worked together, matching letters appear beside their names in the Partnership Group column.
 NameRolePartnership GroupFromToNotes
Item 1 of 2Ludovic Gordon FarquharArchitect 19361938 
Item 2 of 2(Sir) John Burnet, Tait & LorneArchitectural practiceA19361938 


The following individuals or organisations have commissioned work on this building/design:
Item 1 of 1Linden HomesClient for 2013 conversion


Bibliographic References

The following books contain references to this building:
Item 1 of 1Graves, Algernon1905The Royal Academy of Arts: a complete dictionary of exhibitors and their works…1905-6London: Graves and Bell1936

Periodical References

The following periodicals contain references to this building:
 Periodical NameDateEditionPublisherNotes
Item 1 of 3Builder21 August 1936  Perspectives and plans
Item 2 of 3Daily Telegraph28 December 2013  Weekend section
Item 3 of 3The Thirties Society Journal1981 or 1982no 2 Article by Susan Gold

Archive References

The following archives hold material relating to this building:
 SourceArchive nameSource catalogue no.Notes
Item 1 of 1RIBA Archive, Victoria & Albert MuseumRIBA Nomination Papers Ludovic Gordon Farquhar: F no3736 (box 28) (T S Tait states that Farquhar was 'fully responsible from design to finish')