SMITH, THBorn: fl. 1900
Was architect to the firm of English decorators and builders Waring & Gillow around 1900; he was responsible for the design of the original Carlton Hotel, Johannesburg, W LECK having been appointed supervising architect for the hotel which became the most elegant and among the best-known hotels in South Africa. Smith also designed the Consolidated Building in the Chicago style of commercial buildings and at one point the tallest building in Johannesburg, ABURROW & TREEBY being appointed the supervising architects.
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List of projects With photographs
|Carlton Hotel - First: 1906 : 1935 : 1960s. Johannesburg, Gauteng - Architect |
|Consolidated Building: 1904. Johannesburg, Gauteng - Architect |
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