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ALEXANDER-SINCLAIR of Freswick, James Boyd (<i>born</i> 1959), garden designer, writer, lecturer and broadcaster

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Interdisciplinary Studies; Communication Studies; History of Architecture; Architecture; Landscape Art and Architecture; Literature. 110 words.

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AMERY, Colin Robert (<i>born</i> 1944), architectural writer, critic and historian; Director, World Monuments Fund in Britain, 1999–2008 (Trustee, 1992–98)

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Reference Entry. Subjects: History of Architecture; Architecture; Individual Architects and Architectural Firms; Intellectual History; Literature. 382 words.

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Antonio Sant’Elia

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — Architecture.

 (1888–1916) Italian architect,

whose drawings of power plants, railway stations, and high-rise apartment buildings defined Futurism in architecture. Sant’Elia’s few realized...

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BIGGS, Matthew John (<i>born</i> 1960), gardener, writer and broadcaster

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Radio; History of Architecture; Architecture; Landscape Art and Architecture; Intellectual History; Literature. 227 words.

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BRUNSKILL, Ronald William (<i>born</i> 1929), lecturer and author; Professor, Centre for Conservation Studies, School of Architecture (formerly School of the Built Environment), De Montfort University, 1995–2001

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Education; Organization and Management of Education; History of Architecture; Architecture; Individual Architects and Architectural Firms; Intellectual History; Literature. 494 words.

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CHAPMAN, Sydney (Brookes) (1935 - 2014), chartered architect and chartered town and country planner; Chairman, Wellington Street Partners, since 2011; private planning consultant (non-practising); freelance writer

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Political History; Politics; History of Architecture; Architecture; Architectural Structure and Design; Intellectual History; Literature. 466 words.

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charge

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture — Bibliography.

1 Any device or bearing, charged, or carried on an escutcheon.

2 Ornament projecting from the face or soffit of, e.g., a piece of masonry.

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CRAIG, Edward Anthony (1905 - 1998), writer and lecturer, designer for film and theatre; independent film art director

in Who Was Who

P ublished online April 2014 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Film; History of Art; Industrial and Commercial Art; Architectural Structure and Design; Intellectual History; Literature. 305 words.

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CROOK, Joseph Mordaunt (<i>born</i> 1937), Professor of Architectural History, University of London at Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (formerly at Bedford College), 1981–99, now Emeritus

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Education; Organization and Management of Education; History of Architecture; Architecture; Individual Architects and Architectural Firms; Intellectual History; Literature. 654 words.

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Cunliffe, Roger (<i>born</i> 1932), farmer; writer

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Reference Entry. Subjects: History; Genealogy, Heraldry, Names, and Honours; History of Architecture; Architecture; Individual Architects and Architectural Firms; Intellectual History; Literature. 206 words.

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