RGM medallists



The Quadrant, Regent Street, London

Designer: Blomfield, Sir Reginald (1856-1942)
Copyright: Joe Low/RIBA British Architectural Library Photographs Collection (c1990)

1910 - Sir Thomas Graham Jackson

1911 - Wilhelm Dorpfeld

1912 - Basil Champneys

1913 - Sir Reginald Blomfield

1914 - Jean Louis Pascal, France

1915 - Frank Darling, Canada

1916 - Sir Robert Rowand Anderson

1917 - Henri Paul Nenot, France

1918 - Ernest Newton

1919 - Leonard Stokes










RGM in historical context - world events in this decade

 1910 George V begins his reign as King of the United Kingdom, as well as other Commonwealth Realms. He is Emperor of India and the first King of the Irish Free State.
  Casa Milà in Barcelona, designed by Antoni Gaudí is completed. 
 1913 The re-built Grand Central Station opens in New York. 
 1914 The Panama Canal opens  
  The Sacre Coeur in Paris, designed by Paul Abadie, is completed after 14 years. 
  Work is completed on Park Guell in Barcelona, designed by Antonio Gaudi. 
  The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian throne, triggers a train of events leading to the outbreak of World War I.
  The First World War breaks out and lasts until 1918. 
 1916 The Easter Rising is staged in Ireland in Easter Week, an attempt by militant Irish republicans to win independence from Britain. It is suppressed after six days of fighting. 
 1917 The October Revolution begins with an armed insurrection in Petrograd. Led by the Bolsheviks, it overthrows the Russian Provisional Government. It is followed by the Russian Civil War which lasts until 1922. 
 1918 Germany signs the Treaty of Versailles, ending the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. 
 1919 The Bauhaus is founded in Weimar by Walter Gropius.