Person    | Male  Born 1/6/1935 

Lord Norman Foster

Categories: Architecture

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 Docklands, 30 Mary Axe (the gherkin), the Willis building in Lime Street, Wembley Stadium, Stansted airport terminal.

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Lord Norman Foster

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National Police Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen.

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Clapham Odeon

Clapham Odeon

Cinema. Designed by George Coles. The use of neon lights on its exterior gave it a distinctive look at night. It closed in 1972, but permission to demolish it was refused. It reopened as 'The Liber...

Building, Architecture, Cinema

1 memorial
35 St Martin's Street

35 St Martin's Street

Three storey terrace house. Lived in by Isaac Newton 1710 - 1725, although he owned it until his death in 1727. When it was demolished the panelling of the front parlour was reconstructed as the ...

Building, Architecture, Literature

1 memorial
Sir Arthur Mackmurdo

Sir Arthur Mackmurdo

Architect and designer. Born Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo.  In 1874, he travelled to Italy with John Ruskin to study the architecture. He later opened his own architectural practice in London, and in 1...

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design

1 memorial
T. Thornton Green

T. Thornton Green

Architect active  at least in this period, 1883-91. From The Builder, 1887: "Professional Partnership. — Mr. T. Thornton Green, surveyor, Poultry, announces that he has taken into partnership Mr. P...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial