Sidney and Alfred Luttrell
Edward Sydney "Sidney" Luttrell (1872–1932) and his brother Alfred Edward Luttrell (1865–1924) were partners of S. & A. Luttrell, a firm of architects and building contractors noted for its contributions to New Zealand architecture, both in terms of style and technology. The practice was established in Launceston, Tasmania in 1897 when Alfred who was operating his own architectural practice, went into partnership with his younger brother and former apprentice Sidney, under the original name A. & S. Luttrell. The brothers moved to Christchurch, New Zealand and by 1902 were submitting tender notices there. Sidney Luttrell was also noted for his keen interest in horse racing. He was a part-owner of Sasanoff, winner of the Melbourne Cup in 1916.
- King Edward Barracks
- Royal Exchange building (later known as the Regent Theatre)
- New Zealand Express Company building (later known as the MLC Building and Manchester Courts)
- Theatre Royal
- Chapel for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd at Mount Magdala
- St Mary's Convent Chapel (currently known as Rose Historic Chapel)
- Warner's Hotel; 1910 addition of a fourth storey
- the interior of the Odeon Theatre was remodelled by Sidney Luttrell in 1927
- New Zealand Express Company building, Dunedin (currently known as Consultancy House)
- St Mary's Catholic Church, Hokitika
Gallery of buildings
- McEwan, Ann (September 2010). "Luttrell, Alfred Edgar; Luttrell, Edward Sydney - biography". New Zealand Dictionary of Biography - Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Ministry for Culture and Heritage / Te Manatū Taonga. Retrieved 6 March 2011.
- "St Mary's Convent Chapel". The Register. New Zealand Historic PlacesTrust. Retrieved 6 March 2011.
- "Warner's Hotel". Register of Historic Places. Heritage New Zealand. Retrieved 8 April 2011.
- "Public hall (later St James Theatre), Tuam Street, Christchurch". Christchurch City Libraries. Retrieved 18 September 2012.
- "St Mary's Catholic Church". Register of Historic Places. Heritage New Zealand. Retrieved 21 June 2012.