Walter Henry Brierley (1862–1926) was a York architect whopractised in the city for 40 years. He is known as "the Yorkshire Lutyens".He is also credited with being a leading exponent of the "Wrenaissance" style - incorporating elements of Christopher Wren. Brierley's works include civic buildings, churches, schools and private houses (including his own home, Bishopsbarns) and are located mainly in York, North Yorkshire and the north of England. He was responsible for over 300 buildings between 1885 and the time of his death in 1926. He was the architect for the York Diocese.

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  • Walter Henry Brierley (1862–1926) was a York architect whopractised in the city for 40 years. He is known as "the Yorkshire Lutyens".He is also credited with being a leading exponent of the "Wrenaissance" style - incorporating elements of Christopher Wren. Brierley's works include civic buildings, churches, schools and private houses (including his own home, Bishopsbarns) and are located mainly in York, North Yorkshire and the north of England. He was responsible for over 300 buildings between 1885 and the time of his death in 1926. He was the architect for the York Diocese. The Borthwick Institute in York holds an archive of the Atkinson Brierley architectural practice, a practice that lives on as Brierley Groom, the oldest architectural firm in the UK having continuously practised since 1750. In 2013 Pocklington School unveiled a clock based on plans drawn up by Brierley 116 years earlier and found at the Borthwick in 2006. (en)
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  • Walter Henry Brierley (1862–1926) was a York architect whopractised in the city for 40 years. He is known as "the Yorkshire Lutyens".He is also credited with being a leading exponent of the "Wrenaissance" style - incorporating elements of Christopher Wren. Brierley's works include civic buildings, churches, schools and private houses (including his own home, Bishopsbarns) and are located mainly in York, North Yorkshire and the north of England. He was responsible for over 300 buildings between 1885 and the time of his death in 1926. He was the architect for the York Diocese. (en)
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