Person    | Male  Born 1850  Died 1929

Charles Fitzroy Doll

Categories: Architecture

Charles Fitzroy Doll

From 1885 until at least 1908 he was the Bedford Estate surveyor. Specialised in designing hotels, such as Hotel Russell. Other London work includes: Imperial Hotel next to Hotel Russell (demolished), the Bloomsbury Apollo Inn (demolished), Waterstones in Torrington Place - built in 1907 as a row of shops in Victorian Gothic - see Ornamental Passions. Also worked on the India Office. He designed the Titanic's dinning room, copying that in Hotel Russell.

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Charles Fitzroy Doll

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David Garrick - WC2

Cast bronze, designed by Doll and modelled by Fehr. Erected by Herbrand Russe...

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Pugin family

Historic England has ""Kupron bronze plaque on 1st floor designed in 1908 by ...

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Henry Astley Darbishire

Henry Astley Darbishire

From Anatpro: English architect mostly associated with philanthropic schemes, including the Gothic Columbia Market (1866) and the Gothic working-class housing-scheme at Columbia Square (1857–60), b...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
Major Hubert C. Corlette

Major Hubert C. Corlette

Australian architect mainly of churches. Born Hubert Christian Corlette.  Father of English architect John C. Corlette.

Person, Architecture, Australia

1 memorial
Bow Road Railway Station

Bow Road Railway Station

The authoritative-looking picture source website gives the date of opening as 4 April 1892 (contradicting the plaque) and the closing date as 1949 for passengers and 1962 finally.

Building, Architecture, Transport

1 memorial
Wells Coates

Wells Coates

Architect. Born Wells Wintemute Coates in Tokyo of Canadian parents. He was influenced by Le Corbusier's principal that buildings should be 'machines for living' , which was reflected in his best k...

Person, Architecture, Canada, Japan

1 memorial