Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin Furniture. Covent Garden and then devoted himself to decoration in furniture etc. Explore all furniture created by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.
12 38 x 9 58 x 916 in. Oak with iron furniture 30 x 63 x 33 inches 762 x 160 x 838 cm A desk to this design was made for the Prime Ministers office in the New Palace of Westminster London designed by Pugin and Barry and decorated by Pugin circa 1844. Pugin 1886-1961 trained with his father in 1904-1906 became an architect and moved to Nashville Tennessee where he registered for the draft during World War I giving his full four names Byron Welby Northmore Pugin.
Pete Huggins by kind permission of Houghton Hall EX2013HH0591.
The Medieval Court at the Great Exhibition of 1851 arranged by Pugin. A Pair of Gothic Revival Brass Wall Lights Designed for Chirk Castle. The architect and designer Augustus Welby Pugin 181252 whose early commissions included furniture for George IV at Windsor assured his place in history through his work with Sir Charles Barry on the Palace of Westminster following the 1834 fire. Pugin was born to a French Protestant architect named Augustin Pugin.