Sir George Gilbert Scott, Architect

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(1811-1878) English Gothic Revival architect; working primarily with the design, building and renovation of churches and cathedrals. Architectural buildings include: Midlands Grand Hotel at St. Pancras Station, Albert Memorial, Foreign and Commonwealth Office all of London; St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow and Edinburgh

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The High Altar at Worcester is dominated by Sir George Gilbert Scott's sculpted alabaster reredos depicting Christ enthroned with the Four Evangelists. The rear face has an incised and gilded design of a cross with the same five figures symbolised by their emblematic creatures. Worcester Cathedral is the commanding presence on the skyline of the city, perched on high ground overlooking the River Severn. It is one of England's most rewarding cathedrals, though denied first rank status…

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Detail, crossing screen (1859-63), Lichfield cathedral. Designed by George Gilbert Scott and made by Francis Skidmore of Coventry, with figures by Birnie Philip.

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Last month, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel has reopened. London’s heritage-hotel revival has eventually happened. It took 12 years for Marriott to restore

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The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel Reopens

London is in a high fever over romantic Victoriana. The restored St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, designed in extravagant Victorian Gothic style by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1873, is about to have its official reopening.

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“Tomb of Bishop Wilberforce,” by H. H. Armstead and Sir George Gilbert Scott

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In 1865, the Midland Railway Company held a competition for the design of a 150-bed hotel to be constructed next to St Pancras, which was still under construction at the time. Despite being much bigger and more expensive than the original specifications, the company liked George Gilbert Scott's plans and construction began The east wing opened in 1873, and the rest followed in Spring 1876. The hotel was expensive, with costly fixtures including a grand staircase, rooms with gold leaf walls…