W.B Gingell, 1852
In the 1850s Bristol developed a specific style of architecture applied mainly to industrial buildings such as warehousing and factories.
1869, Ponton and Gough
Its characteristics were a robust and simple outline, materials with character and colour – mainly Pennant stone and brick, the frequent use of rock-faced stone, and upper floors unified through either horizontal or vertical grouping of window openings,
1874 by W.B. Gingell
Decorative details often derive from Venetian and North Italian Gothic examples. The style has been named ‘Bristol Byzantine’.