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1886 – George Howe, born on the 17th of June in Philadelphia, USA. He was an American Architect. 1908 – He received his early education at private schools and his B.A. in Architecture from Harvard University.        – He was admitted to the Atelier Laloux in Paris. 1912 – Graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts ..

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1950 – Born on the 19th of April.          – They are perhaps best known for their conversion of the giant Bankside Power Station in London to the new home of the Tate Museum of Modern Art. 1978 – Founded and headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. 2001 – Herzog and de Meuron was awarded the ..

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1661 – Born in East Drayton, Nottinghamshire, England. 1684 – Hawksmoor worked with his teacher, Christopher Wren, on projects including Chelsea Hospital, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Hampton Court Palace and Greenwich Hospital. 1689 – Hawksmoor was named Clerk of the Works at Kensington Palace. 1702 – Hawksmoor designed the baroque country house of Easton Neston in ..

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1716 – Peter Harrison, born in York England. He was an Architect. 1730 – 1734 – He worked with the Byrd Mansion in Virginia. 1738 – His works such as Drayton Hall in South Carolina. 1743 – 1745 – Returned to England and received his formal training as an architect under the direction of one ..

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Iraqi-British deconstructivist architect. 1950 – Born on the 31st of October in Baghdad, Iraq. Received a degree in mathematics from the American University of Beirut. Studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. 1977 – Worked with former teacher, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. 1980 – She established ..

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1883 – Walter Adolph Georg Gropius is a German architect in US was born 18th of May in Berlin. 1908 – Employed with the firm of Peter Behrens, one of the first members of the utilitarian school. 1910 – Gropius left the firm of Behrens and together with fellow employee Adolf Meyer established a practice ..

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1869 – Born in Pomfret on the 28th of April. 1911 – He received an honorary degree from Trinity College. 1884 – He moved to New York to apprentice at the architectural firm of Renwick, Aspinwall and Russell. 1891 – Goodhue’s apprenticeship ended when he won a design competition for St. Matthew’s in Dallas. 1896 ..

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1859 – Born in Zanesville, Ohio on the29th of November.   1878 – Gilbert enrolled in the architecture program at MIT. 1894 – Saint Paul Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota. Cretin Hall, Loras Hall, the Service Center, a classroom building, the refectory building, the administration building. 1895-1905 – Minnesota State Capitol, St. Paul.          – ..

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1895 – Born on the12 th of July in Milton, Massachusetts. 1917 – He served in the U.S. Navy in World War I as a shipboard radio operator, as an editor of a publication, and as a crash-boat commander. 1927 – At the age of 32, bankrupt and jobless, living in inferior housing in Chicago, ..

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