Gavin Stamp

Gavin Stamp

Gavin Stamp writes for Country Life on architecture. He is an historian who has written about the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens, Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson and the Gilbert Scott dynasty of architects. His books include The Changing Metropolis, a collection of the earliest photographs of London; The Great Perspectivists; Britain’s Lost Cities; Telephone Boxes and The Memorial to the Missing of the Somme.

George Frederick Bodley was a master of beauty and refinement. Gavin Stamp reviews a superb new book on this great architect.

This Sunday 30th November, a red Routemaster London bus will be taking some fifty Nairnites on a tour of London.