Person    | Male  Born 7/9/1814  Died 23/2/1900

William Butterfield

Categories: Architecture

Gothic Revival architect. Born London. Wikipedia give a list of his works and it is long, mainly churches, including in London: All Saints - Margaret Street; St Augustine's - Queen's Gate; St. Mary Brookfield - Dartmouth Park Road; St. Alban's church - Holborn. He particularly liked using different coloured materials, such as bricks, to adorn his buildings - polychromy. 1886 moved to 42 Bedford Square where he died.

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William Butterfield

Greater London Council William Butterfield, 1814 - 1900, architect, lived here.

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