Robert Worley

Robert James Worley (1850–1930)[1] was a British architect.

London Pavilion façade in 2002

Early lifeEdit

He was the brother of fellow architect Charles Worley.[2]

CareerEdit

Allinson states that Robert Worley, of the architectural practice Worley & Saunders, was "involved in all kinds of speculative developments". He and his brother Charles are listed jointly as the architects of 41 Harley Street.[1]

Robert Worley and James Ebenezer Saunders formed the architectural practice Worley & Saunders.

Worley designed Sicilian Avenue, Holborn and the London Pavilion (now part of the Trocadero Centre), Piccadilly Circus, and Albert Court, a mansion block next to the Royal Albert Hall, all of which are now Grade II listed).[2]

BuildingsEdit

His surviving buildings include:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Allinson, Kenneth (2008). The architects and architecture of London ([Minor rev. and corr.]. ed.). Oxford: Architectural. p. 274. ISBN 978-0750683371.
  2. ^ a b Historic England. "99A Charing Cross Road (1393636)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 23 April 2014.