Reginald Morphew


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English architect, he designed 111–12 Jermyn Street, London (1901–3), described at the time as a ‘Florentine Palazzo’. In 1902 he designed 7–12 Jermyn Street, which had Art Nouveau details on a building in a free, vaguely Tyrolean, style. His work was eclectic, and always interesting.

A. S. Gray (1985)

Subjects: Architecture.

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