All Saints, Margaret Street in central London is a Grade I listed Anglican church. It has been described as architecturally England’s most celebrated Victorian church and one of the ten most important buildings in the country. It was designed by the architect William Butterfield and built 1850 to 1859 in the pioneering High Victorian Gothic style characteristic of the following decades. Banded and patterned brick was used to build decoration into the structure itself for the first time, while inside, every wall in the interior is richly patterned including inlays of marble and tile.
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