I recall very well a freezing cold day in 2014, with snow thick on the ground, viewing with Thomas Gordon Smith his newly built courtyard of cinerariums in the cemetery at Notre Dame.
Craig Hamilton is a classical architect, practicing in the United Kingdom, who specializes in sacred and monumental architecture. He is the recipient of the 2018 ICAA Arthur Ross Award for Architecture.
Articles by Craig Hamilton
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s magnificent Liverpool Cathedral commenced construction in 1904, shortly after his initial design, prepared at the age of twenty-two, had won a now-famous competition, and was finally completed seventy-four years later in 1978.