Mathew Baker

Mathew Baker was one of the most renowned Tudor shipwrights, and the first to put the practice of shipbuilding down on paper. The first list of ‘Master Shipwrights’ appointed ‘by Patent’ by Henry VIII of England included ‘John Smyth, Robert Holborn, Richard Bull and James Baker,’ in 1537. James Baker was responsible for many of the designs and the construction of King Henry’s

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An architect is someone who plans, designs, and supervises building construction. To practice architecture implies to offer services related to the design of structures and the space inside the site around the buildings that have human occupancy or use as their primary goal. The name architect is etymologically derived from the Latin architectus, which is

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