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Wa·ter·house

(wah'tĕr-hows),
Rupert, British physician, 1873-1958. See: Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.
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The architect was one of Victorian England's most famous designers, Alfred Waterhouse -responsible for the magnificent Natural History Museum in London.
Architect Alfred Waterhouse designed the famous red-brick building in Browlow Hill in 1885, to stand on the site for a former house.
Morris demolished the original house in 1866 and commissioned Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse - a giant of the Victorian age - to design his new residence.
It was designed by Alfred Waterhouse - the architect responsible for London's Natural History Museum - and features 61 rooms and suites, a world-class 18-hole championship golf course, spa and 20-metre indoor swimming pool.
The Royal Liverpool Infirmary was designed by Alfred Waterhouse (1830-1905) an architect particularly associated with the Victorian Gothic Revival.
Designed by the renowned Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse - creator of the Natural History Museum - the hotel closed its doors in the early 1930s liverpoolecho.
These buildings were designed by the gothic-revivalist architect Alfred Waterhouse, who was responsible for the design of Prior Pursglove College when it was Guisborough Grammar School.
The Royal Liverpool Infirmary, in Brownlow Street, was designed by Alfred Waterhouse, an architect associated with the Victorian Gothic Revival.
The building was designed by Alfred Waterhouse circa 1871, a famous Liverpool Victorian architect, as a seaman's orphanage and opened by HRH Duke of Edinburgh in 1874 and was visited by Queen Victoria in May 1886.
Chris writes: "I attended Middlesbrough Boys High School, which was designed by the gothic-revivalist architect Alfred Waterhouse who was responsible for the design of Prior Pursglove College when it was Guisborough Grammar School.
By 1887, the College's rapid growth led to Liverpoolborn architect Alfred Waterhouse being commissioned to design the Victoria Building.
It should not be forgotten, either, that this was designed by one of Liverpool's greatest architects, Alfred Waterhouse.