Hardwick, Philip Charles

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Hardwick, Philip Charles (1822–92). Son of Philip Hardwick, he was a pupil of Blore, and joined his father in practice in 1843. He designed the majestic Great Hall at Euston Station, London (1846–9—demolished), the huge Great Western Hotel, Paddington Station (1851–3), and the exquisite Gothic Revival Beauchamp Almshouses and Chapel, Newland, Worcs. (1862–4).

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J. Curl (2002b);
Dixon & and Muthesius (1985)