Thomas Hamilton, architect, 1784-1858

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J. Rock] , [Edinburgh?
Hamilton, Thomas, 1784-1858 -- Exhibitions, Architecture -- Scotland -- 19th century -- Exhibi



StatementJoe Rock.
ContributionsTalbot Rice Art Centre.
LC ClassificationsNA997.H25 A4 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 73 p., [1] leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2776965M
LC Control Number86139894

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More info re designs by Thomas Hamilton online soon. Location: Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Architect Practice Information. Background ( – ) He was born in Glasgow but based his architecture practice in Edinburgh on the other side of central Scotland.

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Thomas Hamilton (architect): | | ||| | The Dean Orphanage (now Dean Gallery) from the SW World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

Thomas Hamilton, architect The Early Years. Thomas Hamilton junior was born in Glasgow on the 11th January His father Thomas [] had married Jean Stevenson at the Canongate Church in Edinburgh the year before and by Thomas senior was making alterations to a substantial tenement at the head of Old Assembly Close in.

Thomas Hamilton, architect‎ > ‎ The Early Years, - Thomas Hamilton junior was born in Glasgow on the 11th January His father Thomas senior [] had married Jean Stevenson at the Canongate Church in Edinburgh the year before and by he was making alterations to a substantial tenement at the head of Old Assembly.

Thomas Hamilton () was the architect of Edinburgh's Royal High School and Royal College of Physicians. Sir William Hamilton Bt () was the publisher of the Edinburgh Review and became Professor of History, then Professor of Logics and Metaphysics, at Edinburgh University. Thomas Hamilton Architects.

Thomas Hamilton & Associates, P.C. (THA) was founded in and provides Architectural and Interior Design services for hospitality projects across the US and Canada, with a focus on renovations and has achieved national and international recognition from publications including being named Interior Design Magazine “Top Hospitality Giants.

Thomas Hamilton (–) was a crucial figure throughout this later period. Hamilton's most important contributions involved the new approaches to the Old Town by George IV Bridge and King's Bridge.

The journal also includes extensive book reviews, an update on architectural accessions to the National Monuments Record of Scotland and. Thomas Hamilton,the architect of the Bank of Scotland on the Mound, the Physician’s Hall on Queen Street, the Dean Gallery or Gallery of Modern Art and many other beautiful and prominent buildings, especially in Edinburgh and Ayrshire.

Thomas Hamilton was a Glasgow-born architect, whose best-known buildings can be found in Edinburgh. These include the Dean Orphan Hospital, now the Dean Gallery, the Royal High School on Calton Hill and the Royal College of Physicians on South Bridge.

Hamilton was heavily. Others. Thomas Hamilton (architect) (–), Scottish architect, or his father, Thomas Hamilton (–), also an architect Thomas de Courcy Hamilton (–), Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross; Thomas Kinley Hamilton (–), Irish doctor and land speculator in Australia; Thomas Glendenning Hamilton (–), Canadian doctor, school board trustee and member.

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1 Information from two unpublished architectural sources, and one research-based website, have, with permission of the respective authors, enhanced this article considerably: Fisher, Ian, ‘Thomas Hamilton of Edinburgh, Architect and Town Planner, –‘(undergraduate thesis, University of Oxford, May ); Cunliffe, J.M., ‘ The Relationship between Architect, Builder and Client in.

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Thomas Hamilton (11 January – 24 February ) was a Scottish architect, based in in Glasgow, his works include: the Dean Orphan Hospital, now the Dean Gallery; the Royal High School on the Calton Hill, long considered as home for the Scottish Parliament; Bedlam Theatre; the George IV Bridge, which spans the Cowgate; the Royal College of Physicians.

The Greek Revival Movement was especially fashionable in s and 30s Britain and Edinburgh was at the forefront of this revival. Thomas Hamilton () was one of its leading architects. The movement reached its zenith in Edinburgh with buildings such as Hamilton's Royal High School and Playfair's Surgeon's Hall (see separate listings).


Thomas Hamilton (11 January – 24 February ) was a Scottish architect, based in Edinburgh where he designed many of that city's prominent buildings. Born in Glasgow, his works include: the Burns Monument in Alloway; the Royal High School on the south side of Calton Hill (long considered as a possible home for the Scottish Parliament); the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; the.

Thomas Hamilton RSA (), Design for National Gallery and Royal Scottish Academy, pen and ink, pencil and watercolour on paper, x cm, With the courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland.

Joe Rock Thomas Hamilton Armet also states that planners and HS did not adequately consult and seek architectural advice (architectural historians are rather scathing of the Hamilton’s alleged contribution to the church). There is a view that all listed building are “of special architectural or historic interest” 2.

This project promoted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust envisages creating a residential music school for the St Mary’s School as well as creating within the original Thomas Hamilton building three performance and rehearsal spaces and a new foyer for the use of both the public and the school.

The Royal High School constructed between and by Thomas Hamilton (), is. Key Monuments + Architects. Necropolis Glasgow.

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Glasgow Necropolis – John Knox Statue: Doric column. Date built: Architect: Thomas Hamilton. Glasgow Necropolis. Photographs from visit by Norwegian architecture student Dag Nilsen.Thomas Hamilton, Architect ().

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