Amanda Levete, originally from Bridgend, Wales, attended the Hammersmith School of Art before enrolling at the Architectural Association. She gained further experience working with Will Alsop […]
William John Hardcastle Dalton Madin was born 23rd March 1924 in Moseley, Birmingham. His father William, a cabinetmaker originally from Chesterfield married Hilda Dalton, whose […]
Thomas Cecil Howitt OBE was born in Hucknall, near Nottingham and educated at Nottingham High School. In 1907 he studied briefly at the Architectural Association in London.
Following a study […]
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Sir Aston Webb was widely considered to be one of the […]
John Henry Chamberlain, no relation but a contemporary of Joseph Chamberlain, played a major role in Birmingham’s civic life. He was born in Leicester on […]
Joseph Hansom, born in York in 1803, was renowned for his Gothic Revival style architecture. He designed a great number of important buildings including schools […]