Philip Wyatt

Philip William Wyatt (5 March 1785[1][2] – 1835) was an English architect and member of the Wyatt family. He was the youngest son of the architect James Wyatt and his wife Rachel (Lunn) Wyatt, and a nephew of Samuel Wyatt, cousin to Sir Jeffry Wyatville (born Wyatt).

His two major commissions were Conishead Priory 1821-1836, a large gothic revival mansion in Lancashire and Wynyard Park, County Durham a large Neo-Classical Mansion for the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry 1822-30.

His brother Benjamin Dean Wyatt was also an architect and collaborated on some commissions with him, such as the new club house in Hanover Square for the Oriental Club (1827-1828),[3] also they were joint architects for Crockford's Club, 50 St James's Street, London (1827)[4] and Londonderry House (1825–28) demolished 1964.

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  1. ^ England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
  2. ^ London, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
  3. ^ Collage Record 20748 Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine at cityoflondon.gov.uk (accessed 28 January 2008)
  4. ^ p234, The Wyatts An Architectural Dynasty by John Martin Robinson 1979, Oxford University Press
  • Robinson, John Martin (1979), The Wyatts An Architectural Dynasty. Oxford University Press.



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