High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Reid (1774 -
1856) was the King's architect and surveyor for Scotland from 1827
to 1839. He is responsible for a number of public works
particularly the facade of Parliament Square in Edinburgh, which
houses the Court of Session. Reid also contributed to the layout of
Charlotte Square in the city following fellow architect Robert
Adam's death, constructing a home for himself there (No. 44) and
completing the design for West Register House (formerly St George's
Church). In 1802 he want on to contribute to the planning of
northern part of Edinburgh's New Town and in 1834 further revisited
Adam's works in extending Register House.
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