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Patrick McEvoy

Categories: Architecture

Architect. He has won two London Festival of Architecture competitions in consecutive years: with the bench 'Here Lies Geoffrey Barkington' in 2018 and the parklet ‘Pavement Art Gallery’ in 2019. Our photo shows McEvoy sitting on the bench with a canine companion, presumably not Barkington.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Patrick McEvoy

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Geoffrey Barkington

The memorial is a bench, and is one of ten new ones in the City of London. Th...

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Nazareth House

Nazareth House

In 1850, Dr. Nicholas Wiseman became concerned about the plight of the aged, orphans and abandoned children in London. He appealed to a recently formed religious order in France which took care of ...

Building, Architecture, Benefactor, Community / Clubs, Religion

1 memorial
Newcastle House

Newcastle House

From the Picture Source website: In 1790, James Farrer bought the southern half of the fine building which we now occupy at 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields. This was originally the home of Lord Powys, whic...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Robert Smirke

Sir Robert Smirke

Born London. Died Cheltenham. Designed the British Museum and Covent Garden Theatre, amongst other buildings.

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
Thomas Garner

Thomas Garner

Architect. Worked with G. F. Bodley.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Tower Hill Improvement Trust

Tower Hill Improvement Trust

Created by Tubby Clayton, Dr B R Leftwich, Lord Wakefield and Sir Follett Holt.  Purpose: to improve Tower Hill by removing from it certain ugly buildings which at that time disfigured it and hampe...

Group, Architecture, Social Welfare

2 memorials