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James Knowles

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James Knowles

Two architects, father (1806–1884) and son (1831-1908), with the same name, James Thomas Knowles, either could have been the architect for the Shakespeare plinth.

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James Knowles

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Albert Grant & Shakespeare

"There is no darkness but ignorance" is a quote from "Twelfth Night". The scu...

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London House

London House

Destroyed by fire, 1766.

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Lord Norman Foster

Lord Norman Foster

Architect. Born Stockport. London works include: Great Court at the British Museum, London City Hall on the river, the Millennium Bridge, Sainsbury building at Holborn Circus, 8 Canada Square in ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey

Charles Francis Annesley Voysey

Architect and designer. Born near Hull, Yorkshire. Influenced by William Morris, his early work included the design of wallpaper and textiles.  His designs for houses became very influential on dom...

Person, Architecture

4 memorials
Manuel Nunes Castello

Manuel Nunes Castello

Manuel Nunes Castello was born on 27 December 1879 in Sydenham, the eldest son and the second of the five children of Jacob Nunes Castello (1856-1905) and Alice Annie Castello née Benham (1857-1890...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
T. B. Whinney

T. B. Whinney

Architect based in London who became the chief architect of the Midland Bank. Full name Thomas Bostock Whinney.  Other work in London includes the Midland Bank in Golders Green Road.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial