Plaque

Sir Giles Gilbert Scott - W2

Inscription

Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 1880 - 1960, architect, designed this house and lived here 1926 - 1960.
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Site: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott - W2 (1 memorial)

W2, Clarendon Place, Chester House

Designed for himself by Scott, this neo-Georgian building won the 1928 RIBA architectural medal, displayed at the centre of the first floor facade.

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Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

Architect. Born 26 Church Row, Hampstead. Grandson of Sir George Gilbert Scot...

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