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08 June 2009

1894 – House in Ayrshire

Architect: John C. McKellar

08 June 2009

1905 – Proposed Pavilion, Low Green, Ayr

Architect: Mangnall & Littlewood

08 June 2009

Barber, Donn (1871-1925)

An architect, died in New York City, May 29, 1925. He was born in Washington, D. C., October 19, 1871. He graduated from Yale in 1893, and from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in...

08 June 2009

William Edgar Baker (1885-1942)

An architect, died November 25, 1942, in Sarasota, Florida; aged fifty-seven. Born in Palestine, Texas. Former member of New York firm of McKim, Mead & White.

08 June 2009

Baker, James Barnes (1864-1918)

An architect, living at Englewood, New Jersey, but with offices in New York City, died at the Roosevelt Hospital, New York City, June 3, 1918. He was born at Elizabeth, New Jersey, in...

08 June 2009

William Lloyd Baily (1862-1947)

An architect, died April 6, 1947, at his home in Haverford, Pennsylvania; aged eighty-five. Born Haverford; partner Baily & Basset, Philadelphia architects, 1889-1930.

08 June 2009

Baechlin, Henry (1874-1936)

An architect, died August 14, 1936, in Bloomfield, New Jersey. He was born in Newark in 1874. Following a course in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he began practice in Newark. He designed...

08 June 2009

Bacon, Henry (1866-1924)

A distinguished architect, died in New York City, February 16, 1924. He was born at Watseka, Illinois, in 1866. In 1889 he won the Rotch Traveling Scholarship, which enabled him to study architecture...

08 June 2009

The dark knights return: four profoundly unfashionable buildings in London.

Number One, Poultry, is an office and retail corner block at the heart of the City of London by James Stirling, first designed in 1985, but only completed posthumously by Michael Wilford in...