Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

Standard Name: Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert
Used Form: Giles Gilbert Scott


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Doing research for her study of Catherine Parr she noted that the huge marble Victorian tomb by Sir Gilbert Scott , which later admirers erected for the queen at Sudeley in Gloucestershire, contributed to...


Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (grandson of Sir George Gilbert Scott ) began work on the Anglican Cathedral of Liverpool, a late masterpiece of Victorian Gothic which, however, was not completed until 1978.
19 July 1904
King Edward VII laid the foundation stone for Liverpool Cathedral, built to the designs of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott .
The K2 public telephone booth came into service in Britain, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott .
Architect Giles Gilbert Scott designed Cambridge University Library, which was completed this year.
22 October 1934
King George V opened the new Cambridge University Library designed by Sir Giles Scott .
From 1935
A new design for public telephone kiosks was introduced in Britain: the K6, replacing the K2 (both designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott ). The new version was the most widespread and enduring; its distinctive...
24 October 1946
King George VI opened the New Bodleian Library , Oxford, designed by Sir Giles Scott .
12 May 2000
The Tate Gallery in London opened a new, separate, and larger institution: the Tate Modern on Bankside; from now on the old Tate would be known as Tate Britain .