Person    | Male  Born 1878  Died 1951

Arthur Davis

Categories: Architecture

Born London, as Arthur Joseph Davis. In collaboration with Charles Mewes, he designed the Ritz Hotel, the Royal Automobile Club (Pall Mall), the interior of the Carlton Hotel (lost), the old Morning Post offices (No 1 Aldwych, occupying the block: Aldwych, Wellington Street, Exeter Street) and the this little gem, St Sarkis church in Kensington.

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Arthur Davis

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Ritz Hotel

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