Plaque

Geoffrey Darke

Geoffrey Darke
Geoffrey Darke
Inscription

Geoffrey Darke, 1929 - 2011, architect of this house, a man loved and admired by so many.

Site: Geoffrey Darke (1 memorial)

TW1, Montpelier Row, 25

This house was listed in the 2017 Open House event but disappointingly, by 2019, this link has died.

We've taken this opportunity to gather together the architects on London Remembers who built houses for themselves:
Ewan Christian (but no plaque),
Darke,
John Nash, (house on the Isle of Wight),
Ricardo,
Salvin (house in West Sussex),
Giles Gilbert Scott,
R. N. Shaw.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Geoffrey Darke

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Geoffrey Darke

Architect. Born Geoffrey James Darke. He and fellow architect John Darbourne ...

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