Person    | Male  Born 1858  Died 2/5/1948

Thomas Phillips Figgis

Categories: Architecture

Countries: Ireland

Thomas Phillips Figgis

Architect. Born in Dublin. He moved to London and established his own practice in 1886. His works include hospitals, schools, and thirteen stations for the City and Southwark Subway (now the Northern Line).

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Thomas Phillips Figgis

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Elephant and Castle Underground Station

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Cullinan Studio

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Benedict O'Looney Architects

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