Arthur Page Brown (1859-1896)
Two of the most famous structures in San Francisco - the Ferry Building and Coit Tower - were designed by architects named Arthur Brown.
In 1894, Brown introduced the Mission Revival style to Santa Barbara, where it became popular for a variety of building types, shaping the visual identity of the city to this day. He, Polk, Maybeck and Schweinfurth were also associated with the First Bay Tradition, which they helped popularize along with other architects.
Brown died at his home in Burlingame, California of severe injuries suffered in a runaway horse and buggy accident.
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Ferry Building||1892||Embarcadero at Market Street||San Francisco||Emabrcadero||Ferry Building|
|Queen House||1895||2212 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||Sacramento 2212||Queen House|
|Rose Court||1890||Pine and Pierce Streets||San Francisco||Pine||Rose Court|
|Swedenborgian Church||1895||3200 Washington Street||San Francisco||Washington 3200||Swedenborgian Church|
|Swedenborgian Church Pastoral Residence||2121 Lyon Street||San Francisco||Lyon 2121||Swedenborgian Church Pastoral Residence|
|Trinity Episcopal Church||1892||1668 Bush Street||San Francisco||Bush 1668||Trinity Episcopal Church|