Thomas Hamilton, Architect, Scotland, Building, Design, Scottish Projects, Office
Thomas Hamilton Architect : Architecture
Scottish Classical Architecture Practice, UK
page updated 28 Sep 2017
Thomas Hamilton – Key Projects
Thomas Hamilton Buildings, alphabetical:
Ayr Town Hall, Ayrshire, South West Scotland
Burns Monument, Calton Hill, Edinburgh, South East Scotland
Location: Regent Road, south of Calton Hill, Edinburgh
Burns Monument Appeal launched in November 2008 to raise funds for restoration of the Burns Monument. Edinburgh World Heritage & Edinburgh City Council have pledged funds but more is required. The project cost was estimated at around £350k.
Dean Orphanage – now Dean Gallery, 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh, South East Scotland
photo © adrian welch
George IV Bridge, Edinburgh Old Town, South East Scotland
Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh New Town
, South East ScotlandRoyal College of Physicians
Royal High School, Calton Hill, Edinburgh
John Knox Statue: Doric column, Necropolis, Glasgow
Key Scottish Building by this Architect
Royal High School, Edinburgh, South East Scotland
The Royal High School is one of the key Scottish examples of Enlightenment Architecture along with the National Monument behind it on Calton Hill. The Greek Doric columns are based on the Temple of Theseus, overlooking Athens. This building ceased to be a school in 1968 and was eventually purchased by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Royal High School Edinburgh
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Thomas Hamilton Architect – Practice Information
(1784 – 1858)
He was born in Glasgow but based his architecture practice in Edinburgh on the other side of central Scotland. Most of his buildings were located in the Scottish capital.
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