Richard Norman Shaw
(1831-1912)

Died aged c. 81

Richard Norman Shaw RA (7 May 1831 – 17 November 1912), occasionally styled as Norman Shaw, was a Scottish architect who worked from the 1870s to the 1900s, known for his country houses and for commercial buildings.

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Commemorated on 5 plaques

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Richard Norman Shaw 1831-1912 architect designed this house in which he lived worked and died

6 Ellerdale Road, Hampstead, NW3 Camden,, London, United Kingdom where they designed , lived , worked , and died (1912)

Built 1896-1898 Albion House Designed by Richard Norman Shaw White Star Line offices

Albion House 30 James Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom where they designed (1896-1898)

This house designed by R. Norman Shaw Architect, for Frederick Goodall Painter was later the home of W. S. Gilbert Writer and librettist

Grim's Dyke, Harrow Weald, London, United Kingdom where they designed

Grim's Dyke. This house designed by R. Norman Shaw Architect, for Frederick Goodall Painter was later the home of W. S. Gilbert Writer and librettist, from 1890 to 1911, who drowned in the lake.

Grim’s Dyke, Old Redding, London, United Kingdom where they designed

The Banqueting Hall. Built in 1860-62 by Sir William (later Lord) Armstrong for entertaining; John Dobson, Architect. Lodge and extensions, 1869-70, by Norman Shaw, Architect. Given to Newcastle by Lord Armstrong in 1883.

Jesmond Dene Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom where they designed