Albert Lauriston Crisp

(1898- X)


Crisp was a notable architect in the 1930s and had a reputation for more ornate designs – he was more traditional and was the architect of choice for wealthier developers and builders who were keen to impress with more elegant designs that would essentially be an advertisement themselves for the business they housed.

Designed Lincoln House (1940)

Masonic Temple, Hobart (1936-1938)

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