John MacVicar Anderson


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Glasgow-born Scots architect, articled to his uncle, William Burn, whose partner he became: he continued to practise after Burn's death in 1870. As well as carrying out additions to various London clubs, he was responsible for the handsome Classical façade of Coutts's Bank in the centre of the Nash terrace at The Strand, London (demolished), and the British Linen Bank (now Bank of Scotland), Threadneedle Street (both 1903).

A. S. Gray (1985)

Subjects: Architecture.

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