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William Whitfield, Architect

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page updated 23 July 2017

William Whitfield Architect – Key Projects

William Whitfield Buildings

Hunterian Gallery
Date built: c.1978
Hunterian Museum, Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland
Interior of a Mackintosh-designed house
University of Glasgow Building
interior image Mike Stoane Lighting
Hunterian Gallery Glasgow
The Hunterian Museum is closed to the public until Autumn 2020 while the Royal College of Surgeons building is redeveloped. When we reopen we look forward to welcoming the public into new, fully accessible spaces that will tell the history and ongoing story of surgery.

Key English Building

Richmond House, 79 Whitehall, Westminster, London
Richmond House
photograph © Adrian Welch
William Whitfield : London building

Scottish Architecture: best Scottish Buildings of the last three decades

Paternoster Square : Masterplan, City of London

Paternoster Square
photograph © Adrian Welch
Whitfield Partners project

Paternoster Square: Building Six, City of London
Whitfield Partners / Sheppard Robson

Paternoster Square: Juxon House, City of London
Whitfield Partners / Sidell Gibson

Paternoster Square: One Paternoster Row, City of London
Whitfield Partners / Sidell Gibson

Savoy Theatre, Strand, London WC2
Whitfield Partners

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Location: London, south east England, UK

Whitfield Lockwood Architects – Practice Information

British architect office based in London, England

Hunterian Museum:
Hunterian Museum
Interior image Mike Stoane Lighting

William Whitfield : London Architects

Whitfield established a London practice with his two partners Dsvid Lyle and Philip Sayer. The practice was named Whitfield Partners. Eventually around 1987 the partners appointed four associates viz. John Hyett, Andrew Lockwood, Andrew Mason and David Walsh.

John Hyett left the practice in 1988 only to return in 2000, at the invitation of Whitfield, to complete the buildings at Paternoster Square by St Paul’s Churchyard and subsequently to sort out the documentation for the restoration of the interiors of Christ Church Spitalfields, a project which had stuttered along for over thirty years.

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