A Stuart Gray studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts as well as the RA, winning numerous competitions and travelling scholarships. Having worked for Burnet Tait and also Adams Holden and Pearson, he went into partnership with William Watkins. The firm designed a number of theatres and cinemas as well as being known for hospitals, after their competition win for St George’s Hospital in the late 1930s. A Stuart Gray lived in Hampstead Garden Suburb and was published on the subject, as well as being an expert and widely published on Edwardian architecture. The firm of Watkins Gray is still practising today.
Buildings for Guys, St George’s Tooting and Royal Free Hospitals
Numerous commercial buildings in Jamaica, Barbados, Nigeria
Ruskin Park House