Hutchinson, Henry (1800–1831). English architect. He became a pupil of Rickman, and later (1821) a partner. Hutchinson made a major contribution to the success of the firm. The Gothic bridge at St John's College, Cambridge (1827), was his work, and he was very active as a designer from 1819 until 1830, when he fell ill, probably with tuberculosis.
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