Hopper, Thomas

Thomas Hopper (1776-1856)

Hopper was born in 1776. He was an English architect and had a good relationship with King George IV. His works are mostly located in south England. He died in 1856.

Important works

  • Leigh Court, north Somerset
  • Penrhyn Castle,Llandegai, Bangor north Wales
  • Kentwell Hall, Suffolk
  • Arthur’s Club, 69–70 St James’s Street, London
  • Llanover House, Abergavenny, Wales
  • Improvements to the Shire Hall, Monmouth
  • Bryn Bras Castle, Lanrug north Wales
  • Margam Castle, south Wales
  • Wivenhoe House, Essex
  • Hospital buildings at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London
  • Alscot Park, Warwickshire
  • Amesbury Abbey, Wiltshire
  • Boreham House, Essex
  • Gothic Conservatory at Carlton House, London
  • Crichel House, Dorset
  • Danbury Park, Essex
  • Englefield House, Berkshire
  • Gosford Castle, County Armagh
  • Chapel at Stanstead Park, West Sussex
  • Terling Place, Essex
  • Works at Windsor Castle
  • Gothic Ballroom at Slane Castle, County Meath, Ireland
  • Entrance lodge at Dromoland Castle, County Clare, Ireland