Person    | Male  Born 1849  Died 1933

Maurice Adams

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Maurice Bingham Adams. He was instrumental in the founding of Bedford Park in West London, where he designed many of the houses and parts of St Michael & All Angels Church. In 1887 he was the architect of, and co-churchwarden of, that church. He also designed various other buildings in London, as well as fulfilling a number of commissions abroad. He published several books on architecture, one co-authored with Norman Shaw and another with Edward W. Godwin.

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Maurice Adams

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Bedford Park panel

On the back of the panel 8 Bedford Park men are featured, each with a paragra...

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Shepherd's Bush Library - plaque

Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group tell us that the discrepancy ...

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St Michael & All Angels Church - additions foundation stone

The church designed by Norman Shaw, was built in 1879. This foundation stone ...

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Camberwell Baths

Borough of Camberwell Lady Llangattock laid this foundation stone of these pu...

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Camberwell Library

Borough of Camberwell Public Library This foundation stone was laid July 25 1...

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