Queen Mother Square
Quinlan Terry has designed nine buildings in the centre of Poundbury, the new town in Dorset commissioned by the Prince of Wales. They have a diverse range of uses from residential and office accommodation, to a supermarket and a hotel and are a more dominant scale to most of the surrounding buildings, marking the importance of Queen Mother Square as the focal point and urban centre for the town.
Year of Build
Baker StreetThis is a large, mixed use development of shops and offices on Baker Street between Blandford Street and George Street. The two houses in the north are listed late Georgian
Colonial WilliamsburgMerchant’s Square is a group of scholarly buildings inspired by English Georgian traditional architecture. They feature details such as Doric pilasters, rubbed and gauged arches, sash windows, weatherboarding and slate