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  1. Burton, Decimus (1800–81). British architect, who enjoyed success as a designer of villas, small country-houses, and several distinguished Greek Revival buildings. He acquired a reputation in the field of iron-and-glass conservatories. He was the tenth son of James Burton ( or Haliburton) (1761–1837), a Scots builder and surveyor who ...

  2. Decimus Burton (1800-1881) Decimus Burton was the son of a builder and had a successful early career in London where he built the arch on Constitution Hill, and the Colosseum in Regent’s Park. This was in part due to his family’s friendship with Nash. He was invited to Ireland to assist in the redesign and laying out of the Phoenix Park ...

  3. 02/11/2018 · About Decimus Burton Decimus Burton [1800-1881] His first name, from the Latin for 'tenth', denoted his position as the tenth child in his family. He was a successful and significant 19th century architect, designing buildings in and around Regents Park, as well as the Wellington Arch and Hyde Park Screen and the Palm and Temperate Houses at Kew.

  4. BURTON, DECIMUS #. Born: 1800 Died: 1881. English architect, for whom see Howard Colvin, A Biographical dictionary of British architects 1600-1840 (4th edn., 2008), 197-203. Decimus Burton laid out the grounds and designed various buildings for the Zoological Gardens in Phoenix Park in 1832 (1) and between 1834 and 1849 he was engaged on the ...

  5. 18/03/2022 · Decimus Burton (1800-81) was the tenth son of James Burton, a Scotsman who became a successful London builder, in whose office Decimus started to work at the age of 15. Burton senior backed John ...

  6. Decimus Burton and Richard Turner. Decimus Burton (b. 30 September 1800; d. December 1881) "Decimus Burton was a prolific English architect and garden designer, particularly associated with projects in the classical style in London parks, including buildings at Kew Gardens and London Zoo , and with the layout and architecture of the seaside towns of Fleetwood and St Leonards on Sea and of ...

  7. A contemporary of Soane, Nash and Pugin, Decimus Burton (1800–1881) was one of the most prolific architects of his day and is best known for his work in London’s Royal Parks, including: the Wellington Arch and the Serpentine pavilion in Hyde Park; villas and terraces in Regent’s Park and the London Zoo; the Temperate h