Thomas Lennox Watson (August 21, 1850 – 12 October 1920) was a Scottish architect and interior designer. Born in Glasgow, he submitted designs for the city's City Chambers (1880) and Kelvingrove Art Gallery (1892) competitions, but was unsuccessful.
- Adelaide Place Baptist Church, Pitt Street (1875-7)
- Hillhead Baptist Church, Creswell Street (1883)
- Wellington Church, University Avenue (1882-4)
- Royal Marine Hotel, Hunters Quay (1890)
- Woodcroft, Larbert (1890-1)
- The South School, Paisley (1893-5)
- 59 Bath Street (1899–1900, demolished c. 1967)
- Dr James Hederwick Monument, with a bronze portrait by J. P. Macgillivray, Glasgow Cathedral (1901)
- Saracen Head tenement, Gallowgate (1906)
- the interiors for the yachts, Mohican and Meteor, the latter for Kaiser Wilhelm II
- War memorial of the Royal Technical College (1920)
- "Dictionary of Scottish Architects - DSA Architect Biography Report (May 16, 2019, 7:11 pm)". www.scottisharchitects.org.uk. Retrieved 16 May 2019.
- "Thomas Lennox Watson". Glasgow - City of Sculpture. Retrieved 16 October 2010.
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