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Francis Reginald Stevens Yorke

(1906—1962) architect

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Arthur Korn

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

(1891–1978). German-born architect. He worked with Mendelsohn in Berlin (from 1919) before setting up in partnership with Sigfried Weitzmann in 1922, with whom he built the Villa Goldstein,...

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Eero Saarinen

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Architecture.

(1910–61).

Finnish-born American architect, the son of G. E. Saarinen. He studied in Paris, then Yale, and worked with Charles Eames at Kingswood, Cranbrook, MI, G. E. Saarinen's...

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Eugene Rosenberg

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

(1907–90).

British architect, born in Moravia. Educated in Czechoslovakia, he worked with Le Corbusier from 1929. He settled in England in 1939, forming a partnership with F. R. S....

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Félix Candela Outeriño

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

(1910–1997)

Spanish-born engineer and architect. He specializes in reinforced concrete shell structures, including the spectacular sports palace for the Mexico Olympics in 1968.

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Marcel Breuer

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(1902–81)

A noted Modernist designer and architect closely associated with the German Bauhaus, Breuer was a pioneer in the field of tubular steel furniture design in the 1920s and...

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Sir Frederick Ernest Gibberd

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

 (1908–84) English architect and town planner.

Gibberd himself recognized that he produced his best work when he was able to combine architecture, landscape architecture, and town...

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