Photograph of St Andrew’s Church, c1890.
Consecrated in July 1828, St Andrew’s Church was inspired by 15th century Italian architecture. The style is know as Italian Quattrocento revival, and this church was the first example in England.
It was designed by Sir Charles Barry, an architect who built several buildings in Brighton. These include St Peter’s Church in Brighton, and what is now known as the Barry Building in the Royal Sussex County Hospital. He later became the principal architect for the rebuilding of the Houses of Parliament.
Then & Now view
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