Richard Knill Freeman

Bolton architect






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Sir Thomas Drew (1838-1910)

Thomas Drew was born and practiced in Dublin, specialising in church architecture. He designed St Anne’s cathedral, Belfast (1899). He became president of the RIAI and the RHA and acted as an assessor in architectural competitions. Detailed information about his life can be found in the Dictionary of Irish architects.

Knill Freeman sponsored Drew’s FRIBA application and Frank R. Freeman was briefly one of Drew’s pupils.

Knill Freeman and Drew jointly submitted a competition entry for the War office and Admiralty building in London in 1887.


Sources

Dictionary of Irish Architects

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