1871 – Thomas Adams, born in Edinburgh. A British architect and city planner. 1903 – 1906 – He served as secretary to the Garden City Association and was the first manager of Letchworth, England. 1917 – Using Garden City principles, designed the Hydrostone section. 1940 – He died at the age of ..
1732 – Born on July 21, 1732. 1755 – James worked on Gunsgreen House in the Border town of Eyemouth. 1758 – Robert, James and their younger brother William Adam started their business in London (living in Lower Grosvenor Steet), focusing on designing complete schemes for the decoration and furnishing of houses. Palladian design was ..
1728 – He was born on the 3rd of July in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland. 1743 – He studied at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, then entered the University of Edinburgh. 1746 – He joined his elder brother, John Adam, as an assistant to his father, 1754 – He set off for ..
1908 – Born on the 23rd of May. 1929 – He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Architecture. 1931 – He received a Master of Science degree from Columbia University’s architecture school. 1941 – He also was the recipient of a two-year fellowship at the Ecole de Beaux-Arts in Paris ..
1879 – Born on the 6th of June in Ashton upon Mersey, England. 1915 – He trained as an architect before becoming the Professor of Civic Design at the Liverpool School of Architecture, in West England. – He was a Professor of Town Planning at University College London. 1926 – He served ..
1898 – Born on the 3rd of February in Kuortane, Finland. 1916 – He studied architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology. 1920 – He started off from a classical education and were first designing in the so-called Nordic Classicism. 1927 – He moved his office to Turku and started collaborating with ..