Crickmer, Courtenay Melville

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Crickmer, Courtenay Melville (1879–1971). London-born architect. In 1907 he began work at Letchworth Garden City, Herts., then being developed by Parker & Unwin, where he designed groups of houses, single houses, schools, and other buildings, all in a restrained vernacular style. He also designed a number of houses at Hampstead Garden Suburb, and was appointed resident architect at the new munitions town of Gretna, Scotland.

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A. S. Gray (1985);
M&G (1992)