Richard Allison (architect)
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Sir Richard John Allison (1869–1958) was a Scottish architect. From 1889 he was associated with the government Office of Works in London (as example The Science Museum), and from 1914 was its Chief Architect.
- The Science Museum, London (1919–28)
- The Duveen wing, National Portrait Gallery, London (1933), with J G West.
- The Geological Museum, London
- The Royal Courts of Justice, Belfast (1933), with J G West.
- The British Ambassador's house in Diplomatstaden, Stockholm (1915).
- "Geological Museum". Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area. 1975. pp. 257–259. Retrieved 2008-09-17.
- "Richard John Allison". Dictionary of Scottish Architects. Retrieved 2008-09-16.
- "Science Museum". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-17.
- "History of the National Portrait Gallery". Retrieved 2008-09-17.
- "Royal Courts of Justice". Archived from the original on July 21, 2009. Retrieved 2008-09-17.
- The drawings were signed "R. Allison – A.R.I.B.A – H.M. OFFICE OF WORKS LONDON", available from authorities in Stockholm.
- The architect was a "british" "Allison" also according to: Hultin, Olof; Johansson, Bengt OH; et al. (2005). Guiden till stockholms byggnader (in Swedish). Arkitektur Förlag AB. p. 184. ISBN 91-86050-58-3.
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