George Gwilt (1746–1807), also sometimes known as George Gwilt the Elder, was an English architect of the late 18th and early 19th century, particularly associated with buildings in and around London.
Gwilt was architect surveyor for the county of Surrey. His buildings included:
- Cobham Bridge (c. 1782)
- Leatherhead Bridge (1782–83) rebuilding and enlarging the original late Medieval bridge
- The Camden Chapel, Camberwell (1796–1798)
- Horsemonger Lane Gaol and Sessions House, Newington Causeway, London (1791–1799 - demolished c.1880, with Sessions House being rebuilt)
- The warehouses at West India Docks (1800–1804, a joint project with his son, George)
- A Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of the Borough of Elmbridge
- Heritage Gateway listing NGR TQ0988960541
- Heritage Gateway listing NGR TQ1631356299
- London Metropolitan Archive (LMA), P75/CAM/27/23−5
- "Horsemonger Lane Gaol". Archived from the original on October 4, 2006. Retrieved October 4, 2006.
-  Gwilt design
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