Person    | Male  Born 12/1/1831  Died 17/4/1915

Philip Webb

Categories: Architecture

 Architect. Born Oxford. 1856 moved to London and joined the circles around the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. William Morris used him to design the Red House. Also designed Prinsep's house at 1 Holland Park Road and the workshops in Worship Street. Co-founder of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. Died at home in Sussex.

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Philip Webb

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The Red House

Red House, built in 1859 - 60 by Philip Webb, architect, for William Morris, ...

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Worship Street workshops

91 - 101 Worship Street. Built as workshops and dwellings. Designed by Philip...

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Arthur Davis

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1 memorial
Kingerlee and Sons

Kingerlee and Sons

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1 memorial
Stamford Street Unitarian Chapel

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1 memorial
Alec Clifton-Taylor

Alec Clifton-Taylor

Architectural historian, author & broadcaster.  He lived in Kensington most of his life and was President of the Kensington Society from 1978 until his death.

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1 memorial