Person    | Male  Born 1798  Died 8/12/1877

Sydney Smirke

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born London, younger brother to Robert. London works include: Carlton Club Pall Mall, Dome Chapel in what is now the Imperial War Museum, Reading Room in the British Museum, exhibition galleries at Burlington House Piccadilly, Hall of Inner Temple. Died near Tunbridge Wells.

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Sydney Smirke

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Great Exhibition and Prince Albert

Designed by Joseph Durham with modifications by Sydney Smirke. Inaugurated by...

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