Person    | Male  Born 2/9/1861  Died 27/11/1934

Beresford Pite

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born, Arthur Beresford Pite, 9 South Terrace, Grosvenor Park, Walworth.

London buildings:
30 Euston Square the original building with the Melton Street frontage - HQ of an assurance company (listed Grade II*),
82 Mortimer Street, See Ornamental Passions, and English Buildings,
Peace Memorial mosaic floor (1919) of All Souls Church, Langham Place, a church he often attended,
48 Harley Street - alterations including mosaic on the front,
37 Harley Street - Ornamental Passions examines the sculpture here.
60 Great Ormond Street, Royal London Homeopathic Hospital,
West Islington Branch Library.
Piccadilly entrance to the Burlington Arcade. 

Died at home, at 22 Manor Way, Beckenham, Kent.

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