Burder and Baker Church Designs

For a short period, in the mid- to late-1870s Alfred Burder went into partnership with Arthur Baker[1], working from offices at No. 14, York-buildings, Delphi, London. During their short partnership, they produced several designs for new churches including:


  1. Born in 1842, Arthur Baker was a pupil and assistant in the office of Sir George Gilbert Scott. He commenced independent practice in London in 1873 whilst still in Scott’s office, and later worked in partnership with Henry Harold Hughes from 1891 and with John Turrill from 1893. He was surveyor to the Diocese of London from 1895. Arthur Baker was the uncle of Sir Herbert Baker, who trained in his office. Arthur Baker died on 29th April, 1897.