William Bryce Binnie
William Bryce Binnie was a Scottish architect. He received his education at the Glasgow School of Art and eventually moved to New York in 1910 where he designed and worked on Grand Central Station. He defended his country and fought in the Second World War which he was given a medal for his bravery in the war. He shifted to London in 1972 and set up a joint alliance with architect Claude Ferrier who was prominent and recognised for his fluent Art Deco style. Together, they created and designed various architectural projects including public, religious, institutional, domestic and sports related buildings like the East Stand at Arsenal stadium in Highbury.