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Thomas Yorke

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Thomas Yorke

Architect based in Highgate in 1926.

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Thomas Yorke

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Spiritualist Temple - Beard

Foundation stone laid by Ernest W. Beard Esq. Thos. Yorke Esq. Architect, Hig...

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Lord Norman Foster

Lord Norman Foster

Architect. Born Stockport. London works include: Great Court at the British Museum, London City Hall on the river, the Millennium Bridge, Sainsbury building at Holborn Circus, 8 Canada Square in ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
P. J. Darvall

P. J. Darvall

Architect. Peter John Darvall. We wish we could find something more about this architect. Was the Christ Church development his only important work?  What was he on when he designed that hypnotic c...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Newcastle House

Newcastle House

From the Picture Source website: In 1790, James Farrer bought the southern half of the fine building which we now occupy at 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields. This was originally the home of Lord Powys, whic...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Royal Arsenal Gatehouse

Royal Arsenal Gatehouse

Also known as the Beresford Gate (after William Beresford, Master-General of the Ordnance and Governor of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich), and was formerly the main entrance to the Royal Ar...

Place, Architecture, Armed Forces

1 memorial
Sir John James Burnet

Sir John James Burnet

Architect.  Born Glasgow.  Studied in Paris and returned to gain significant commisions in Glasgow.  His first work in London was the Edward VII Galleries at the British Museum, for which he was kn...

Person, Architecture, Scotland

1 memorial