Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect with the Office of Public Works, c.1939-1967. Reginald Guise-Brown, son of William Brown, an assistant surveyor with the General Post Office, was born on 23 January 1902 and was educated at Belvedere College, Dublin. He was then apprenticed to FREDERICK WILLIAM HIGGINBOTHAM  FREDERICK WILLIAM HIGGINBOTHAM and subsequently worked as an assistant in the office of VINCENT KELLY VINCENT KELLY . He also attended courses in the School of Architecture at University College, Dublin. In about 1939 he joined the staff of the Office of Public Works and was initially posted to Sligo. He retired in 1957.

RIAI: elected member, 1935.

Address: 17 Highfield Road, Dublin, 1931.


All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Guise-Brown's applications to sit the intermediate and final examinations of the RIAI, IAA, Acc. 93/136, Box 59, and from RIAI membership lists.