John (Sir John) Taylor
(1833 - 1912)
John (Sir John) Taylor was active/lived in England. John Taylor is known for public building architecture, surveying.
Biography John (Sir John) Taylor
Sir John Taylor was a British architect. The assistant surveyor for London from 1866 onwards, he was known as a reliable (albeit pedestrian) architect and was responsible for several public building projects in the capital.
Taylor's most active period as an architect began in 1879 with the construction of Bow Street Magistrates' Court. From 1883–4 he judged the competition for the Admiralty and War Office buildings in Whitehall, and in 1886 designed additions to Marlborough House.
He was also involved in engineering projects such as the extension of the Thames Embankment across Millbank. His work for museums includes the White Wing of the British Museum and the central staircase and other additions to the National Gallery Lon
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