Charles Holden

Charles Henry Holden ( born May 12, 1875 in Bolton, Lancashire, † May 1, 1960 ) was an English architect. He became internationally known because he designed a number of stops on the London Underground.

One of his first major work was the Bristol Central Library, with which he won a 1902 design competition. Holden was a member of the Royal War Graves Commission, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission ( CWGC ) and designed some of their monuments on the battlefields of the First World War in Flanders and France.