Richard Knill Freeman

Bolton architect






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Admiralty and war office, London

The directory of Irish architects states that Freeman collaborated with Sir Thomas Drew on this competition entry in 1887. It is Freeman’s only known work in London. The Irish Architect reported: “Mr Thomas Drew, R H A of Dublin and Mr R K Freeman of Bolton, FRIBA joined in preparing a design, each contributing a set of elevations of his own design for a common plan jointly designed. The elevations which we give were Mr Drew's proposed treatment of the Whitehall and Horse Guards fronts.” Freeman’s name did, however, appear on the drawings.

Source

Directory of Irish architects

Irish Architect, 1 May 1887