Rowand Anderson, Architect, Edinburgh, Buildings, Images, Photos, Info, History
Rowand Anderson, Edinburgh : Architecture Information
Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Sir Robert Rowand Anderson
1834 – 1921
Robert was born in Edinburgh
Knighted in 1902
Robert Rowand Anderson was Scotland’s leading architect at the end of the 19th century: his architecture was eclectic, ranging from Classical to Scottish Gothic and Scots Baronial.
Key buildings by Robert Rowand Anderson include:
McEwan Hall, Edinburgh
Medical School, University of Edinburgh
National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh
Central Hotel, Glagsow
St Augustine’s Church, Coatbridge, Scotland
Before setting up his own practice Basil Spence worked for Sir William Kininmonth (1904-88) at the practice of Rowand Anderson & Paul.
Old College of Edinburgh University Court, 1789-, was by Robert Adam and later William Playfair, but the famous Dome, 1879, was by Rowand Anderson. A landmark in Edinburgh and of beautiful proportions and style.
RIAS Convention 2005 held in two Glasgow buildings by Robert Rowand Anderson:
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Sir Robert Rowand Anderson – Winner of RIBA Gold Medal 1916
Scottish Architects: Famous Architects from Scotland through the ages
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