Edward Boehmer

Edward Boehmer (1861–1940) was an American-born, London-based architect.

Edward Boehmer
Born1861
Died1940
OccupationArchitect

Early lifeEdit

Edward Boehmer was born in 1861 in Pennsylvania, United States.[1] He was educated in Stuttgart, Germany.[1]

CareerEdit

 
Deutsche Evangelische Christuskirche in 2015.

Boehmer co-founded an architectural firm with Percy Christian Gibbs in 1889.[1] Together, they designed Harley House on Marylebone Road in Marylebone in 1904.[1] They also designed Cavendish Mansions in West Hampstead, and the Lissenden Gardens mansion estate.[2][3] They designed Portland Court, located at 160–200 Great Portland Street in Fitzrovia, from 1904 to 1912.[1] Meanwhile, they designed 80 Portland Place in 1909.[1]

With Charles G. F. Rees, Boehmer designed the Deutsche Evangelische Christuskirche in Knightsbridge in 1904-1905.[4]

DeathEdit

Boehmer died in 1940.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Edward Boehmer". Oxford Reference.
  2. ^ "cavendish mansions". greene&co. Retrieved May 28, 2016.
  3. ^ "Lissenden Gardens -  » Building The Estate". Where-El.se?. Lissenden Gardens Residents Association. 2010–2017. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  4. ^ 'Montpelier Square Area: Deutsche Evangelische Christuskirche, Montpelier Place', in Survey of London: Volume 45, Knightsbridge, ed. John Greenacombe (London, 2000), pp. 124-127 http://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol45/pp124-127 [accessed 7 June 2015].