Boehmer, Edward

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Boehmer, Edward ( Bomer, Edward after 1915), Edward (1861–1940). Pennsylvania-born architect, educated in Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin. He set up a practice in London with Percy Christian Gibbs (1864–1904) in 1889, designing Harley House, Marylebone Road (1904), and Portland Court, 160–200 Great Portland Street (1904–12), both impressive blocks of mansion-flats. 80 Portland Place (1909) has a distinguished Classical façade with strong French and American influences.

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A. S. Gray (1985)