Pennsylvania-born architect who famously designed London's Fishmongers' Hall. He was also involved with Model Dwellings, a British workers' housing project.
In his early adulthood, he worked as an apprentice to British architect Charles Fowler.
He published The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes and several other works on the subject of workers' housing.
He was born in the United States to British parents, and he grew up primarily in England. He spent the later years of his life in Italy.
He and Edwin Lutyens were fellow nineteenth-century British architects.