All Saints, Margaret Street

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All Saints, Margaret Street was designed by the architect William Butterfield and built between 1850 and 1859. It is a masterpiece of the Victorian Gothic revival style. The church is situated just north of London’s Oxford Street in Fitzrovia.

All Saints is particularly celebrated for its interior decoration. Every surface is richly patterned or decorated; the floor in diaper patterned tiles made by Minton, wall surfaces in geometrical patterned brick, tile, and marble, large friezes executed in tiles painted by Alexander Gibbs and manufactured by Henry Poole and Sons, a painted ceiling, and painted and gilded timberwork behind the altar.

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