Thomas Harris (architect)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For other people named Thomas Harris, see Thomas Harris (disambiguation).
Thomas Harris
Born 1829/30
Occupation Architect
Buildings Stokesay Court

Thomas Harris (1829/30–1900) was a British architect.


Though his parentage and early career are unknown, he was established in independent practice in London by 1851. His works include Milner Field in Bingley (demolished), Bedstone Court and Stokesay Court in Shropshire and the remodelling of St Marylebone Parish Church in London.


Harris was also an architectural writer, whose works included:

  • Examples of the Architecture of the Victorian Age (edited and largely written by him) (1862)
  • Three Periods of English Architecture (1894)

External links[edit]