Person    | Male  Born 1788  Died 1863

Charles Robert Cockerell

Categories: Architecture, History

Architect and antiquary, Born London. Educated at Westminster. Harrow Old Schools was his first building.

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Charles Robert Cockerell

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Charles Cockerell

English Heritage C. R. Cockerell, 1788 - 1863, architect and antiquary, live...

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Old Schools

The Old Schools This is the original building at Harrow, finished in 1615 an...

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Edwin Thomas Hall

Edwin Thomas Hall

Architect. Son of architect George Hall and father of architect Edwin S. Hall. His master-work (with his son) is surely Liberty's though he is also known for a number of hospitals, including the Ho...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
11, Northampton Square

11, Northampton Square

The picture source website points out: The house at which this caller is visiting is No. 11, and there is a brass plate on the door bearing the words "G. Baxter, Offices No. 12".

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

Architects.  Later Vernon Helbing joined the firm. Sir Herbert Baker was one of the four principal architects of the Imperial War Graves Commission, See Blomfield for the others.

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Shoreham Bridge

Shoreham Bridge

Suspension bridge over the River Adur in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. Designed by William Tierney Clark with Captain Samuel Brown. It was replaced in 1923.

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Create London

Create London

From their website: Create London commissions art and architecture in the public realm. Create works with local communities in cities to commission art and architecture that is ambitious, purposefu...

Group, Architecture, Art

2 memorials