Person    | Male  Born 20/7/1745  Died 17/6/1806

Henry Holland

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Church Row, Fulham, to an architect father, also Henry. Laid out sections of Knightsbridge and Chelsea, including Sloane Square. Also built the original Brighton Pavilion, although it was Nash who created the extravaganza that we see today.  

His married home was 17 Hertford Street, Mayfair, built by Holland, Jnr. and Snr.  Died at home in Sloane Place. Also see Capability Brown.

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Henry Holland, 1745 - 1806

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restoration of east wing of south front of Guildhall

restoration of east wing of south front of Guildhall

Restored according to the original design and as built by George Dance RA in 1788.

Building, Architecture

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St Michaels Church at Burleigh and Exeter Streets

St Michaels Church at Burleigh and Exeter Streets

St. Michaels Church was erected in 1833 at the S. W. corner of Burleigh and Exeter Streets. In 1905 St Michael's parish was united to St Paul's Covent Garden, by an order in council, the church was...

Building, Architecture, Religion

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Samuel Sanders Teulon

Samuel Sanders Teulon

Gothic revival architect. Born Hillside, Crooms Hill, Greenwich, of Huguenot origin. He designed a number of churches, including the 1862 St Mark's in North Woolwich Road E16, now the Brick Lane Mu...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Whitfield Partners
1 memorial
Thomas Cundy

Thomas Cundy

Architect. He could be either Thomas Cundy, senior (1765-1825), or his son; as their careers were closely intertwined. The identity of the portrait on the right is similarly doubtful. Cundy senior ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial