The Gilbert Scott Family

Watts & Co. was founded in 1874 at the height of the Gothic Revival. It was the creation of three prolific architects: G. F. Bodley,Thomas Garner, and George Gilbert Scott Jr. Scott’s father and son, George Gilbert Scott Sr. and Giles Gilbert Scott respectively, designed and restored numerous buildings.Their work is found in almost all Oxford and Cambridge colleges and UK cathedrals, perhaps most notably in Westminster Abbey and Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. Their work was not restricted to the UK, but was worldwide; projects abroad include Washington National Cathedral and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Shanghai. They also worked on secular buildings, such as Mumbai University, the Tate Modern, and the iconic British red telephone box.

  • Elizabeth Hoare

  • Richard Gilbert Scott

  • Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

  • Sir George Gilbert Scott

  • George Gilbert Scott Junior

  • Elisabeth Scott

  • Reverend Samuel King

  • Thomas Scott "The Commentator"

  • John Oldrid Scott

Gilbert Scott Buildings

  • Christ Church, Southgate

    London

  • The Prince Albert Memorial

    London

  • St Pancras hotel & train station

    London

  • Battersea Power Station

    London

  • Holy Trinity Cathedral, Shanghai

    China

  • Mumbai University, Mumbai

    India

  • St John’s College Chapel, University of Cambridge

    Cambridgeshire

  • Exeter Cathedral

    Devon

  • Durham Cathedral

    Durham

  • Hereford Cathedral

    Herefordshire