Paul Waterhouse, (29 October 1861 – 19 December 1924), was a British architect.
He was son and business partner of Alfred Waterhouse and father of Michael Waterhouse, who were all architects who designed buildings in England. He was educated at Balliol College, University of Oxford, and had a penchant for marking his buildings with chronogramic inscriptions.
His work included:
- In Manchester:
- Refuge Assurance Building, Manchester (now the Meridien Palace Hotel), (extension of his father's original work) Grade II*
- completing the Christie Library of the University of Manchester between 1895 and 1898
- Whitworth Hall of the University of Manchester, completed in 1902 Grade II*
- extending the Manchester Museum from 1911-27 (the later part completed by his son, Michael Waterhouse)
- In Oxford:
- the Dyson Perrins Laboratory (1913-1916)
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- Girton College architecture
- University of Reading Library - The Waterhouse collection
- Foster, Andy (2005) Birmingham. (Pevsner Architectural Guides) New Haven: Yale U. P. ISBN 0-300-10731-5
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