Trained at Slade Art School and then articled to his architect uncle. Additionally trained at the Architectural Association (he was president later in life). Started own practice in 1911. Lost an eye during the war. Joined Louis de Soissons and undertook residential work, including Haig Memorial Homes. RIBA Gold Medallist. Also noted for decorative schemes for liners and processional routes. Moved to West Indies and then California due to ill health.
RIBA HQ, Portland Place
British Girls’ College, Alexandria
Hearts of Oak Benefit Society Home, Broadstairs
39 Weymouth Street
Earl Haig Homes, Morden (with Louis de Soissons)