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Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

Categories: Architecture

Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

Architects. Later Vernon Helbing joined the firm. Sir Herbert Baker was one of the four principal architects of the Imperial War Graves Commission, See Blomfield for the others.

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Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

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Vernon Helbing

The clock itself is quite high. Down at eye level there is a small plaque wit...

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Rowland Plumbe

Rowland Plumbe

Architect. Also known as Roland Plumbe. Designed many residential schemes across London.

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
Nicholas Revett

Nicholas Revett

Architect. Born in Framlingham, Suffolk. He went to Rome in 1742 to study under Marco Benefiale. In 1750 he travelled to Athens with James Stuart to record the antiquities. He incorporated some of ...

Person, Architecture, Art, Greece, Italy

1 memorial
William Bainbridge Reynolds

William Bainbridge Reynolds

Art metal worker and an architect. Born Chelsea.  He became very successful and his metalwork features in many cathedrals and churches. His patrons included almost every important architect of the ...

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design

1 memorial
T. A. Greeves

T. A. Greeves

Architect and artist. Born Thomas Affleck Greeves. Studied at the Cambridge School of Architecture, but never actually designed any functional buildings. Instead he produced a series of fantastical...

Person, Architecture, Art

1 memorial
Essex Street, House & grounds

Essex Street, House & grounds

The site now covered by Essex Street and Devereux Court was once Essex House and grounds, named after Robert, Earl of Essex, Queen Elizabeth's favourite, who also led a rebellion against her which ...

Place, Architecture, Property

1 memorial