Person    | Male  Born 8/9/1914  Died 11/1/2001

Denys Lasdun

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born 17 Pembridge Place, Kensington. Died at Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham.
Works in London: Hallfield primary school Paddington; Keeling House Bethnal Green; Royal College of Physicians Regents Park; Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Institute of Education, SOAS library, all Thornhaugh Street; National Theatre and the IBM building next door on the South Bank.

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Denys Lasdun

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National Theatre foundation - 1976

The National Theatre, opened by the Queen on 25 October 1976, designed for th...

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John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust

John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust

The Trust will consider giving grants for the preservation of buildings of historic or architectural interest anywhere in England (but not Wales), with a preference for the Greater London area (not...

Group, Architecture, History, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Beresford Pite

Beresford Pite

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 co...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
George Basevi

George Basevi

Architect.  Born London. Cousin to Benjamin Disraeli. Designed some lovely squares in London: Belgrave Square, Alexander Square, Thurloe Square, Pelham Crescent and Place, Walton Place, and a numbe...

Person, Architecture

3 memorials
John Dando Sedding

John Dando Sedding

Architect.  Born Eton. Specialised in churches and worked in an Arts and Crafts style of Gothic.  His major work is Holy Trinity, Sloane Square but this dedicated website lists 6 other churches in ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Royal Arsenal Gatehouse

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse

Also known as the Beresford Gate (after William Beresford, Master-General of the Ordnance and Governor of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich), and was formerly the main entrance to the Royal Ar...

Place, Architecture, Armed Forces

1 memorial