Lutyens


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Lutyens

(ˈlʌtʃəns)
n
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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Many decades after the first attempt, Sir Edward Lutyens was hired as architect and the foundation stone for his proposed cathedral was laid on June 5, 1933.
And the next time you violate a traffic rule in Lutyens' Delhi, a transgender would be there to correct your mistake with a chocolate or a flower.
New Delhi was planned by the greatest British architect of the last century, Edwin Lutyens, who was responsible for the great palace with its dominant dome that lies at the visual centre of the new city: Viceroy's House (now known as Rashtrapati Bhavan, and the residence of the president of the Republic of India; Figs.
SCULPTOR Marcos Lutyens was in the North East yesterday to see one of his eye-catching creations residing in rural splendour at Seaton Delaval Hall.
Consequently, in April, the decision was made by the organisers to cancel their booking and transfer the show to the Contemporary Urban Centre which offers even more floor space than the huge rooms of the Lutyens Crypt.
Greek stelae were vertical memorial stones inscribed with the names of the dead, and many people wanted to continue that tradition, particularly as lists of names are so moving in monuments like Lutyens' Thiepval Arch and the Washington memorial to the fallen in Vietnam.
The property was originally restored as a home in 1903 by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Wren was everywhere in the work of Lutyens. The golf club houses he built at Knebworth (1908) and Walton Heath (1906) were square brick boxes with pitched roofs and tall chimneys, nodding homage to the lodges at Wren's Chelsea hospital.
So he and wife Avril were thrilled to discover a property inspired by one of the great figures associated with the movement, architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Marsh Court is a Grade I listed building, designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Lutyens' patrons were mostly middle class, rich, without 'ancestral ties' but with an extensive network of influence.
A design to turn it into a museum was created, complete with 3D visuals of how Edwin Lutyens had built Delhi.