william butterfield

william butterfield

noun
English architect who designed many churches (1814-1900) [syn: Butterfield
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william butterfield

British architect who was prominent in the Gothic Revival in England. Sometimes called the Oxford movement's most original architect, Butterfield introduced an architectural realism that included a clear expression of materials in colourful contrasts of textures and patterns

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