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UK architects

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...

27 July 2009

Thomas William Cutler (1842-1909)

Thomas William Cutler worked in his father’s office in London for six years and studied at King’s College, the Royal Academy Schools and the South Kensington Schools. He commenced independent practice in 1866,...

21 July 2009

Thomas Lainson (1825-1898)

One of the most prolific Brighton and Hove architects during the 19th century was Thomas Lainson who was based at North Street. Buildings he designed included the Vallance estate and Cliftonville Congregational Church....

20 July 2009

W.C. Brangwyn (1837-1907)

William Curtis Brangwyn (1837-1907), was an architect and ecclesiastical decorator who illustrated and self-published Gothic Memorials, a compendium of late-Medieval cemetery art (1861).

18 July 2009

Davidson, Charles (d.1925)

Charles Davidson was born in Forfar and seems to have been an assistant to Peddie & Kinnear in Edinburgh but moved to Paisley in 1875 to work on their National Bank and Bank...

12 July 2009

Troup, Francis William (1859-1941)

Francis William Troup was born on 11 June 1859 in the Congregational Manse at Huntly, the son of the Rev Robert Troup and his wife Margaret MacDonald. He was educated in Huntly and...

09 July 2009

Fulton, James Black (1875-1922)

James Black Fulton was born at Fenwick on 11 August 1875, the son of Robert Fulton and his wife Janet Black. He came of a scientific family; his great uncle was John Fulton,...

08 July 2009

Bodley & Garner

George Frederick Bodley formed a partnership with Thomas Garner which lasted from 1869 until 1897. George Frederick Bodley was born in Brighton on 14 March 1827, the son of a doctor who practised...

07 July 2009

Burnet, John James (1857-1938)

John James Burnet was born at Blythswood, Glasgow on 31 May 1857, the youngest of the three sons of John Burnet and his wife Elizabeth Hay Bennet. The family were ‘Independents’, i.e. Congregationalists....