Bloomfield, Edward Hamilton

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Bloomfield, Edward Hamilton

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Edward Hamilton Bloomfield was born in 1898. He enrolled as a student of architecture in 1915/16 but did not attend, probably due to the introduction of military conscription in 1915. He was enrolled again in 1916-17 -- but it is not clear if he attended -- and in 1919/20, when he attended evening classes in architecture. According to the Dictionary of Scottish Architects 1840-1980, he was appointed chief assistant to Claude Conrnelius Tom Warnes, a government architect based in Leith. He later moved to Manchester and then London, where he was admitted ARIBA in 1922. Notable designs include the Liverpool Speke Airport, completed in 1939 and now converted into a Crown Plaza hotel. Bloomfield is listed in The Glasgow School of Art's World War One Roll of Honour.

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