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.
Person | Male Born 7/9/1814 Died 23/2/1900
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Greater London Council William Butterfield, 1814 - 1900, architect, lived here.
John Hargrave Stevens
Architect. Seems to have specialised in churches and often worked in partnership with George Alexander.
Sir William Chambers
Architect. Though born in Gothenburg, Sweden where his father was a merchant, he is considered to be Scots. Having visited China he designed the Pagoda and Roman Ruin in Kew Gardens. Somerset Hous...
Designed by William Tierney Clark. During its early years it was used by millions of passengers, but by the turn of the century, it had fallen into disuse owing to the arrival of the railways. A Gr...
Edward Middleton Barry
Third son of Sir Charles Barry. Born 27 Foley Place. Work in London: St. Saviour's Church Hampstead, Charing Cross Hotel, new chambers at Inner Temple and at Middle Temple, the colonnade at Borough...
Mason-sculptor of Camberwell. Active in 1825.