W. & G. Audsley

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W. & G. Audsley was the architectural practice founded in Liverpool by Scottish Brothers William James Audsley and George Ashdown Audsley.

It completed ten churches in the Gothic Revival Style in the Liverpool area. An eclectic style was used for synagogues built in Liverpool and London. The firm's secular buildings, such as the Layton Art Gallery in Milwaukee, WI, USA, closely followed the style of Alexander Thomson (1817–1875), featuring Greek, Egyptian and Hindu motifs.

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