TILDEN, PHILIP #
- Born: 1887 Died: 1956
Architect, of London, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 811. In the decade following World War II, Tilden designed a new house, Blackhall, Co. Kildare, for Sir Harold Wernher and Lord Astor and reduced the accommodation at Rockingham, Co. Roscommon, by sealing off the basement and upper floors.
All information in this entry is from Philip Tilden, True Remembrances: the memoirs of an architect (Country Life, (1954), 170-171.
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|Building:||CO. KILDARE, BLACKHALL|
|Nature:||Mew 9-bedroomed concrete house for Sir Harold Wernher and Lord Astor.|
|Refs:||Philip Tilden, True Remembrances: the memoirs of an architect (Country Life, 1954), 171.|
|Building:||CO. ROSCOMMON, ROCKINGHAM (BOYLE)|
|Nature:||Reduction of accommodation by sealing off basement and upper floors, leaving exterior intact. Changes took 'three years of hard work'.|
|Refs:||Philip Tilden, True Remembrances: the memoirs of an architect (Country Life, 1954), 170-171.|