Person    | Male  Born 2/2/1933  Died 30/5/2008

Rodney Gordon

Categories: Architecture

Rodney Gordon

Architect. Graduated from the Architectural Association School in 1957. His first job at the London County Council Architects department was to design this London Underground substation, dedicated to Michael Faraday.

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Rodney Gordon

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Michael Faraday memorial - substation

Michael Faraday (1791 - 1867) This stainless steel sculpture commemorates Eng...

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

Originally erected in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was on the section south of Rotten Row and east of West Carriage Drive with the mid-point opposite Rutland Gate.  The cast-...

Building, Architecture, Music / songs, TV & Radio

4 memorials
Hubert Bennett

Hubert Bennett

Architect to the LCC/GLC in 1956-71. Born Lancashire. Died Guildford. The photo shows Bennett in the white jumper at a building site preparing for the 1951 Festival of Britain.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson

Robert Atkinson & A. F. B. Anderson

Architects active in the 1930s. Also built the Grade II listed Swiss Cottage Regency Lodge, the huge block of flats that occupies the southern section of the Swiss Cottage gyratory and other blocks...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Beresford Pite

Beresford Pite

Architect.  Born, Arthur Beresford Pite, 9 South Terrace, Grosvenor Park, Walworth. London buildings: 30 Euston Square the original building with the Melton Street frontage - HQ of an assurance co...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Thomas Allom

Thomas Allom

Architect and artist.  Born Lambeth.  Founding member of RIBA.  Travelled extensively and illustrated topographical publications. Waymarking has the text of a 1997 paper by Leslie du Cane which sa...

Person, Architecture, Art

1 memorial