Architecture of Sussex
1873 – New Gate Lodge, Twickenham, Sussex
1894 – Houses, West Worthing, Sussex
Architect: W.I. Chambers
“THESE houses have lately been erected at West Worthing on the estate formerly owned by Hobbs of Liberator Building Society fame. Both houses were designed by Mr. W.I. Chambers. They are built principally of red bricks and covered with tiles of same colour. Our illustration is from the architect’s sketch.” Published in The Irish Builder, November 1 1894.
William Chambers was an English architect who had settled in Dublin by the end of 1879. Chambers left Ireland around 1885 and continued to practice as an architect in England. He was a prolific contributor of elevational drawings of his work to The Irish Builder.