Lewis Nockalls Cottingham
(1787-1847)

Died aged c. 60

Lewis Nockalls Cottingham (1787 – 13 October 1847) was a British architect who pioneered the study of Medieval Gothic architecture. He was a restorer and conservator of existing buildings. He set up a Museum of Medieval Art in Waterloo Road, London with a collection of artefacts from demolished buildings and plaster casts of the medieval sculpture.

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Lewis Nockalls Cottingham 1787 - 1847 Gothic revival architect of Savings Bank House 1846

Savings Bank House, Crown Street, Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom where they designed