Person    | Male  Born 1898  Died 1960

Felix Lander

Categories: Architecture

Felix Lander

Architect. He worked initially with Raymond Unwin, designing several buildings in Letchworth and Welwyn Garden Cities. He later joined the firm of Adams and Holden, before going into partnership with N. F. C. Cachemaille-Day, and later, Herbert Arthur Welch. His surname is mistakenly given as 'Landers' on the Park Royal station plaque.

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Felix Lander

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Park Royal station

Oh, dear, both the architect's names are misspelt on this plaque.

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The Royal Hospital Chelsea

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John Penfold

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J. Kingwell-Cole

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