Lutyens


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Lutyens

(ˈlʌtʃəns)
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1. (Biography) Sir Edwin. 1869–1944, British architect, noted for his neoclassical country houses and his planning of New Delhi, India
2. (Biography) his daughter, Elisabeth. 1906–83, British composer
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Noun1.Lutyens - English architect who planned the city of New Delhi (1869-1944)
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It has been upgraded from grade II listing to grade II star by Historic England as part of a review of all 44 war memorials designed by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, whose work also includes the Cenotaph in Whitehall.
The Holy Island memorial is one of 15 |war crosses Sir Edwin Lutyens designed
The restored original builder's model of the Lutyens cathedral is at the Museum of Liverpool.
THE coveted Lutyens Bungalow Zone ( LBZ) in New Delhi may shrink.
The First World War memorial was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and would later do double duty for the Second World War.
CREATED BY ENGLISH ARCHITECT Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) for a Gertrude Jekyll-designed garden, this arched slat bench has become the gold standard for romantic garden seating in a traditional setting.
It is understood that a firm of private equity and infrastructure advisers, Campbell Lutyens, has been retained by L&G to sell off its remaining portfolio of assets and businesses, one of which, the 32-store retail business Cycle Surgery, acquired by Legal & General five years ago, has generated signifi-cant interest.
Artwave West, one of the largest Independent Contemporary Art Galleries in Dorset is set to open one of its major exhibitions of the year, featuring four significant Contemporary artists; Edward Kelly, Jeannette Hayes VPPS, Paul Denham and Lucy Lutyens.
New Delhi President Pranab Mukherjee has commissioned an ambitious project to restore the original vision of Edward Landseer Lutyens, the British architect who designed Rashtrapati Bhavan, a top official told Gulf News.
Of the fine examples commissioned by the British government, that by Sir Edwin Lutyens in Washington, D.
Police were alerted shortly after midday yesterday to Lutyens Square, off George Stephenson Boulevard.
It has recently been had a PS11 million restoration from the National Trust and was designed by Edwardian architect Edwin Lutyens, famous for his English style around the Empire and in country houses.