Richard Upjohn

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United States architect (born in England) (1802-1878)


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Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Rite Roman Catholic Church (formerly Church of the Pilgrims): Richard Upjohn, who designed Manhattan's Trinity Church, designed this 18408 Congregational church in the Romanesque Revival style--the first church in America to be so designed.
This parish had contracted with "high church" architect Richard Upjohn for a new structure in 1845, and the resulting Gothic Revival building featured a cruciform plan.
Though Episcopalians like George Doane and Richard Upjohn had been among the earliest American Protestants to employ the cross, their denomination experienced the most prolonged, acrimonious debates over the symbol's use.
In New York City, a cross topped Richard Upjohn's Trinity Church in the early 1840s and the Church of the Holy Communion in 1845.
The Fay Club, the Fay family's mansion, was designed in the 1800s by acclaimed architect Richard Upjohn, who also designed Trinity Church in New York City, she said.
CUTLINE: (1) The Fay Club building on Main Street in Fitchburg was designed in the 1800s by noted architect Richard Upjohn, who also designed Trinity Church in New York City.
Santini also received the Richard Upjohn Fellowship Award for his service on AIA's national board.
The three-story brick mansion at 658 Main St., featuring an eclectic and unique blend of Italianate and Gothic styles, was designed and built by Richard Upjohn, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings.
Santini also received the "Distinguished Service Award" from AIA-NJ and the "Richard Upjohn Fellowship Award" for his service on the national board.