Architect Frederick Gibberd

Frederick Gibberd (1908–1984)

Sir Frederick Gibberd was born in 1908 in Warwickshire and studied at the Birmingham School of Architecture, and began in private practice as an architect in 1930.
He designed buildings like London Heathrow airport and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King in Liverpool and London Central Mosque. His name is still carried by his former office in London

Important Buildings by Frederick Gibberd:

  • Pullman Court, Streatham, London
  • Macclesfield Nurses Home, Cheshire, England
  • Somerfield Estate, Hackney, London
  • Nuneation Town Centre, Warwickshire, England
  • Lansbury Market, London
  • Terminal Buildings, Heathrow Airport, near London
  • Market Square, Harlow, Essex, England
  • Ulster Hospital, Belfast
  • Bath Technical College, Somerset, England
  • Civic Center, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, England
  • Derwent Reservoir, Durham and Northumberland, England
  • Civic Centre, Donaster, Yorkshire, England
  • Roman Catholic Cathedral, Liverpool, England
  • Douai Abbey, Berkshire, England
  • Saint George's Chapel, Heathrow Airport, near London
  • Didcot Power Station, Berkshire, England
  • Arundel Great Court, The Strand
  • Inter-Conrinental Hotel, Hyde Park Corner; London
  • London Central Mosque

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