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Carmody and Groarke

Categories: Architecture, Art

Countries: Australia

Architectural practice of Kevin Carmody (from Melbourne) and Andrew Groarke (from Manchester), formed in 2005.

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Carmody and Groarke

Creations i

Hyde Park memorial to bomb attack 7/7/05

The 52 columns are 1m apart, 3.5m high and made of roughly textured stainless...

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Tsunami memorial

120-tonne block of granite, 4.1 metre cube with a corner removed. According...

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Other Subjects

Alfred Waterhouse

Alfred Waterhouse

Born Aigburth, Liverpool, Lancashire. Died Yattendon Court, Berkshire. Most notable buildings are the Natural History Museum, London and many of the major offices of the Prudential Assurance Compan...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
James Knowles

James Knowles

Two architects, father (1806–1884) and son (1831-1908), with the same name, James Thomas Knowles, either could have been the architect for the Shakespeare plinth.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Henry Flitcroft

Henry Flitcroft

Architect.   His London work includes: church of St Giles in the Fields.  Lord Burlington was his patron.  Died at his Hampstead home.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Edward Willis

Edward Willis

From Historic England: Engineer and architect to the Chiswick Urban District Council in 1921. Also designed the Memorial Fund's Chiswick War Memorial Rest Homes, Burlington Lane. Housing disabled s...

Person, Architecture, Engineering

2 memorials
Bauhaus

Bauhaus

Art school. In full Staatliches Bauhaus. Founded by Walter Gropius, the name means 'building house', but in its early years it didn't actually have an architecture department. It was located initia...

Group, Architecture, Seriously Famous, Germany

1 memorial