Person    | Male  Born 1872  Died 1941

E. C. P. Monson

Categories: Architecture

E. C. P. Monson

Architect. Born Edward Charles Philip Monson, son of architect Edward Monson, brother of architect Harry Castle Hiett Monson (1877-1961) and father of John Monson. Monson works were frequently products of a family partnership. Information from The Victorian Web.

An article in the Islington Gazette names 2 of Monson's works in Islington: 1922 Taverner Estate in Highbury Grange and 1936 Brecknock Road Estate (note the triangular bay windows).

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E. C. P. Monson

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Diss Street re-housing scheme

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First state-aided housing in Islington

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Lenin Estate / Parmiter Street Housing

Metropolitan Borough of Bethnal Green Parmiter Street Re-housing Scheme This ...

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Herbert Arthur Welch

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Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson

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James Gibbs

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