Reginald Fairlie

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Reginald Fairlie (1883–1952) was a Scottish architect, born at Kincaple, Fife. His family were associated with Myres Castle, near Auchtermuchty. He was apprenticed to Robert Lorimer in 1901.

Fairlie designed many war memorials, churches, and restorations of castles. He served as a commissioner of RCAHMS and on the Ancient Monuments Board for Scotland. His most notable works include the National LIbrary of Scotland, St James Church (Roman Catholic) in St Andrews, and the cloister at Kelso Abbey.

In Falkland, he designed the Crichton-Stuart Memorial Chapel.