Architect, F.R.I.B.A. active in 1952.
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Terence C. Page
Haberdashers Place was destroyed by enemy action on 11th May 1941 and re-buil...
Architect active in 1883.
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...
Architect in the Gothic Revival style. Born Aberdeen. Died in Clapham in The Hostel of God, now Trinity Hospice. The description of the photo of Holy Trinity church Stroud Green includes the sugge...
Person, Architecture, Scotland
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
A firm of chartered architects, historic building and planning consultants. Donald Insall was knighted in 2010.