Feilden, Bernard

Feilden, Bernard

(1919–2008)
British conservation architect who designed inventive building repairs, which he applied to the cracked stone spire of Norwich cathedral, St. Paul’s cathedral, the Taj Mahal, and York Minster, in addition to numerous other historical structures.
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