Architects - Ontario Heritage Trust



  • 1 Spier & Rohns

    Frederick H. Spier (1855-1931) and William C. Rohns (1856-51), both German-born and -trained architects, formed an architectural practice in Detroit in 1884. The office specialized in railway station design across Canada and the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They are also known for their institutional, commercial and religious buildings, which often exhibited the Beaux Arts tradition and Richardsonian Romanesque architectural styles. Religious commissions in Canada include St. Andrew's Presbyterian (Windsor) and the expansion of St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral (London).

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