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Architects & Historical Figures

06 June 2009

Stephenson, Sam

Sam Stephenson was one of Ireland’s most controversial architects. He studied at the Dublin Institute of Technology and in England, France and Switzerland. His most famous (or infamous) buildings include the Central Bank...

26 August 2010

Stevenson, John James (1831-1908),

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he studied with David Bryce and Sir George Gilbert Scott. He practised architecture in Glasgow and, from 1870, in London. He is particularly associated with the British Queen Anne...

22 October 2009

Stokes, Leonard Aloysius Scott (1858-1925)

Leonard Stokes was born in Southport in 1858. He trained in London and travelled in Germany and Italy. Most of his designs were for Roman Catholic buildings, including churches, convents and schools. His...

02 December 2009

Stone, Percy Goddard (1856-1934)

Percy Goddard Stone was born in London in 1856 the son of Coutts Stone, also an architect, and was educated at Rugby School. He served his apprenticeship with George Devey in London from...

29 July 2009

Streatfeild, Granville Edward Stewart (1869-1947)

Granville Edward Stewart Streatfeild (1869-1947) was born in Howick, Northumberland. His brother, W.C. Streatfeild, was vicar of Eastbourne and briefly Bishop of Lewes. The spelling of the name seems to be correct, though...

29 July 2009

Streatfeild, T.E.C (1848-82)

Thomas Edward Champion Streatfeild (1848-82) had his office at 44 Great Marlborough Street, London, where William O. Milne also worked. He won an RIBA prize for drawing in 1871 and exhibited at the...

02 November 2009

Sulman, Sir John (1849-1934)

Born on 29 August 1849 at Greenwich, Kent, England, third son of John Sulman, jeweller, and his wife Martha, née Quinton. He was educated at Greenwich Proprietary School and in 1863 passed the...

16 December 2009

Tache, Eugène-Etienne (1836-1912)

Eugène-Etienne Tache (25 October 1836 – 13 March 1912) was a French Canadian surveyor, civil engineer, illustrator and architect. He devised the Quebec’s provincial coat-of-arms and motto Je me souviens. In 1861 he...

06 July 2009

Talbert, Bruce J. (1838-81)

Bruce James Talbert was born in 1838 in Dundee, the son of James Talbert, merchant and was educated at Dundee High School. He was articled to Millar, a Dundee woodcarver and commenced business...

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