Sir James Pennethorne was a 19th-century English architect and planner, particularly associated with buildings and parks in central London.
About James Pennethorne
British architect and city planner who designed numerous London parks and buildings during the nineteenth century. His works include Battersea Park in South London and the Buckingham Palace Ballroom.
Early in his career, he trained with architects John Nash and August Pugin.
In 1836, he designed London’s Christ Church, Albany Street.
His brother, John Pennethorne, also had a successful career as an architect.
He and Joseph Clarkson Maddison were fellow nineteenth-century, British-born architects.
Information related to James Pennethorne
- People associated with The National Archives (United Kingdom)
- Recipients of the Royal Gold Medal
- 19th-century English architects
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