Basic Biographical Details
|Name: ||Clayton & Deas |
|Designation: ||Architectural practice |
|Started: ||1938 |
|Ended: ||1948 |
|Bio Notes: ||Joshua Clayton took Thoms Victor Deas into partnership in 1938. |
Thomas Victor Deas served his articles with John Maurice Arthur in Airdrie from September 1919 and during this period attended classes part-time at Glasgow School of Architecture and the Royal Technical College. In September 1924 he spent a brief period of time in London. In June 1925 he was awarded the Bourdon Travelling Scholarship which at the time of his application to the RIBA for Associateship he had not yet used. He passed the qualifying exam in July 1925 and was elected ARIBA on 30 November 1925, his proposers being John Maurice Arthur, Charles Gourlay and James Lochhead. ]
Deas was a member of the Glasgow Institute of Architects in 1930-31 but he practised in Cheltenham at that date, perhaps as an assistant. He appears to have moved back to Airdrie in the 1930s but formed a partnership in 1938 with Joshua Clayton in Darlington. Clayton was a native of Darlington. He trained with Kitching and Lee and commenced practice in about 1913. He became an important figure in public affairs and served on the Town Council from 1931 to 1946. When he died in 1948, Deas continued the practice until the 1960s. Deas died on 11 July 1991.
Private and Business Addresses
|The following private or business addresses are associated with this architectural practice:|
| ||Address||Type||Date from||Date to||Notes|
|Darlington, Yorkshire, England||Business|| || || |
|High Row Chambers/24, High Row, Darlington, Yorkshire, England||Business||1970 *|| || |
* earliest date known from documented sources.
Employment and Training
Employees or Pupils
|The following individuals were employed or trained by this architectural practice (click on an item to view details):|
| ||Name||Date from||Date to||Position||Notes|
|Thomas Victor Deas||1938||1948|| || |
|Joshua Clayton||1938||1948||Partner|| |
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