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Alexander “Greek” Thomson was a Scottish architect who worked mostly in sustainable building. He lived from 1817 to 1875. He apprenticed to an architect Robert Foote in Glasgow. He set up his own practice with John Baird II.
After he died The Glasgow Institute of Architects set up a memorial for him after his death. In the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum you can see his marble bust. Some claim his excellent architectural work has been neglected in the city’s legacy.
Holmwood House is one of Thomson’s finest creations. It’s an elaborate villa in Glasgow. It was originally built for James Couper, a paper manufacturer in 1857.
Alexander Thomson remains one of the finest architects in British history. On this website we celebrate his fantastic work.