Charles Holden

(1875—1960) architect

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 (1875–1960) English architect.

Before 1914, Holden had a wide practice involving several building types, but with a particular expertise in hospital design (e.g. the Belgrave Hospital for Children, Clapham 1900–03) incorporating the principles of his early Arts and Crafts training.


Subjects: Architecture.

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