Person    | Male  Born 23/3/1832  Died 27/10/1900

Charles H. Driver

Categories: Architecture

Charles H. Driver

Architect, known for his pioneering use of ornamental iron work.  His work in London includes: The Crystal Palace/Great Exhibition, Thames Embankment, Abbey Mills Pumping House, a number of railway stations.  Worked with Bazalgette on the sewerage system.

2016: A room at Peckham Rye, one of his stations, is being brought back into public use.

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Charles H. Driver

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Slade fountain

On a nearby information board: Slade Fountain – This drinking fountain was in...

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Sam Dawkins and Donna Walker

Sam Dawkins and Donna Walker

Active in 2006, Sam Dawkins, from Warwickshire and Donna Walker, from Windsor, both architectural students from the University of Edinburgh.

Group, Architecture

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C. H. James

C. H. James

Architect. Born Gloucester. War & Son provides the rest of this page: Charles Holloway James was born in Gloucestershire in 1893 and worked as a draughtsman for local architect, Walter Brian W...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Frank Meisler

Frank Meisler

Architect and sculptor. Born Danzig. Arrived in England via the Kindertransport. Active in 2006. Art Forum obit. Born in what was then Danzig and is now Gdansk, Poland. Meisler was himself one of t...

Person, Architecture, Sculpture, Germany, Israel/Palestine, Poland

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William Bainbridge Reynolds

William Bainbridge Reynolds

Art metal worker and an architect. Born Chelsea.  He became very successful and his metalwork features in many cathedrals and churches. His patrons included almost every important architect of the ...

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design

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