Architect active in 1883.
Person | Male
G. L. Wade
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G. L. Wade
Centenary Hall - McArthur
This stone was laid by Aldn. Sir Wm. McArthur, KCMG, MP, 9th July 1883. G. L....
Architect and property developer. The most successful property developer of Regency and Georgian London. He built over 3,000 properties, and his buildings covered over 250 acres of central London. ...
Born in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland. Died 13 Albemarle Street and is buried in Westminster Abbey. Robert is the most celebrated of the four Adam brothers, who together designed classical build...
Architect. specialist in non-conformist churches.
Architect. Born London, younger brother to Robert. London works include: Carlton Club Pall Mall, Dome Chapel in what is now the Imperial War Museum, Reading Room in the British Museum, exhibition ...
Architect. He designed many cinemas including the Hammersmith Apollo, as well as the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, and the interiors of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and the Royal Court.