Person    | Male  Born 27/4/1867  Died 4/3/1949

Sir Charles A. Nicholson

Categories: Architecture

Sir Charles Archibald Nicholson, 2nd Baronet, was an architect and designer who specialised in ecclesiastical buildings and war memorials. We wonder if he is the Nicolson in the architectural firm, active in 1910, Waring and Nicholson.

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Sir Charles A. Nicholson

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St Barnabas Woodford Green war memorial

In the inscription "they gave their lives" is given as a quotation but its so...

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Sir Hugh & Lady Margaret Casson

Sir Hugh & Lady Margaret Casson

Hugh (23 May 1910 – 15 August 1999) architect, notably for the Festival of Britain and the London Zoo Elephant House. President of the Royal Academy, 1976 - 1984.  He was also president of The Frie...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Herbert Baker

Sir Herbert Baker

Architect. Born and brought up in Kent, trained as an architect in London. 1892 went to South Africa where he gained many important commissions. During a brief return to Britain in 1904 he married....

Person, Architecture

3 memorials
Avanti

Avanti

Architects. Projects include the restoration of the Natural History Museum facade, Liverpool Street Station concourse and the Isokon Building.

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Halsey Ricardo

Halsey Ricardo

Architect in the Arts and Craft style, and designer. Born Bath. Worked for 10 years with William de Morgan and specialised in using glazed materials. Work in London includes: Debenham (or Peacock) ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
William Holford, Baron Holford

William Holford, Baron Holford

Architect and town planner. Born South Africa. Designed a rejected plan for pedestrians to be raised on walkways around Piccadilly Circus, and a much-loathed Paternoster Square which was, partly, b...

Person, Architecture, South Africa

1 memorial