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Harry Inigo Triggs - Biography

(1876-1923). Born in Chiswick, London and died in Taormina, Sicily. Triggs was primarily an architect of English country houses and garden designer. He bought Fry's Farm, in Liphook, Hampshire in 1910, redesigning both the house and garden and renaming it Little Boarhunt. The house is now regarded as a classic example of Arts and Crafts Movement. He also designed the nearby Rectory in Liphook and Cooper's Bridge, Bramshott. Triggs went into partnership with father and son architects, William Frederick Unsworth (1851 - 1912), and Gerald Unsworth (1883-1946), in Petersfield, Hampshire where he later designed the War Memorial in the High Street in 1922. He wrote the classic work, 'Formal Gardens in England and Scotland' (1901-2).

The works of Harry Inigo Triggs:

War Memorial, Chichester

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