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Edward Jones

(b. 1939)


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(1939– ).

English architect (Partner in Dixon Jones since 1989. Working independently, he designed the Studio House in Chelsea, London (1975–77). With the American-trained architect, Michael Kirkland (1943– ) ) he designed Mississauga City Hall, Ontario, Canada (1982–87), in a style of great severity that has resonances of French C18 Neo-Classicism at its most stripped. Intended to be a strong and emphatic monument, with its own formal civic plaza, in a rather dreary and suburban landscape, the building may be regarded as an example of New Urbanism. Among works undertaken as Dixon Jones, the competition-winning proposals for the bus station, Venice (1990), the Royal Opera House refurbishing and extensions, Covent Garden, London (1984–2000), the Ondaatje Wing, National Portrait Gallery, London (1994–2000), and the study-centre, Darwin College, Cambridge (1989–94) may be cited.

Kalman (1994);Latham & Swenarton (2002);Richard Weston .

Subjects: Architecture.


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