Group    From 1877 

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Founded by William Morris, Philip Webb and others associated with the Pre-Raphaelites to counteract the highly destructive 'restoration' of medieval buildings being practised by many Victorian architects. Today it is the largest, oldest and most technically expert national pressure group fighting to save old buildings from decay, demolition and damage.

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Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

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Worship Street workshops

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

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Benjamin Wyatt

Benjamin Wyatt

Baptized at St Marylebone. Designed the Drury Lane Theatre. Died, unmarried, in Stanhope Street, York Place, Regent's Park, leaving everything to his long-time servant, Martha.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Viacheslav Bukhaev

Viacheslav Bukhaev

Architect.  Member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

Person, Architecture, Russia

2 memorials
Edward Welby Pugin

Edward Welby Pugin

Architect.  Born Ramsgate, son of Augustus Welby.  Designed Catholic churches in the neo-Gothic style.  Surviving works in London: St Monica's and English Martyrs in Prescot Street E1.  Died at  ho...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Raymond Unwin

Sir Raymond Unwin

Born Whiston, near Rotherham. Architect & town planner. With his partner Barry Parker he designed Letchworth Garden City in 1903 and Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1907. Died in Connecticut, where ...

Person, Architecture, Property, USA

2 memorials
Sir Arthur Blomfield

Sir Arthur Blomfield

Architect, born Arthur Wiliam Blomfield, at Fulham Palace, the son of the Bishop of London. Specialised in church architecture, e.g. St Mary's Parish Hall, Crawford Street. Also designed the Royal ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial