1898 – Chapel, Mill Hill School, London
“Ox Wednesday next, the 22nd inst., this important and interesting addition to the buildings of Mill Hill School is to be opened. The architect is Mr. Basil Champneys. The drawings which we give to-day somewhat fully illustrate the work, which is marked by several distinguishing features. The enriched plastered celling of the interior adds much to the effect of the chapel, which is, of course, seated college fashion. The vestry is situate on one side of the sanctuary, and the organ is placed on the other, a projecting gallery being contrived over the stalls on the vestry side facing the organ. There is a public gallery at the west end. The materials are red brick and stone, with tiles for the roofs.” Published in The Building News, June 17 1898.