Edward Calvert (architect)
Edward Calvert (born ca. late 1847 – early 1848; died 26 June 1914) was a Scottish domestic architect.
Calvert's work appears to have been exclusively confined to Edinburgh, and was mostly concerned with the creation of Baronial tenements (particularly in Marchmont) and villas in the Second Empire and Jacobean styles. He is responsible for a varied selection of villas on or in the vicinity of Colinton Road in Merchiston; one of these was for many years the home of author Dorothy Dunnett. He is also known to have designed modifications for at least one New Town building, in Abercromby Place, in 1899.
- Dictionary of Scottish Architects entry on Edward Calvert
- McWilliam, Colin (Editor), "The buildings of Scotland: Edinburgh", Penguin, 1984, ISBN 0-14-071068-X