English architect who worked for several city councils designing public houses, schools, and hospitals. His work during the post-World War II reconstruction included Alexandra Palace, Clarence House, and Osterley House.
He apprenticed before World War II with the Guildhall at St. Ives in 1939 when he was 16. He flew Halifaxes for the Royal Air Force from 1942 until 1947.
He grew to specialize in church design and restoration and served as a consultant for The Order of Saint Benedict.
His family was residing in the port town of Penzance when he was born.
He and astronaut Rick Husband were both in the Royal Air Force.