Sir Edwin Lutyens

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Noun1.Sir Edwin Lutyens - English architect who planned the city of New Delhi (1869-1944)
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The First World War memorial was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and would later do double duty for the Second World War.
Inspired by the English architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, this iconic bench is a design classic that will look great on any lawn or patio.
After the false start in 1853, even more grandiose plans were drawn up by the famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in the 1930s.
The Keep sits on half an acre of Grade II listed grounds, designed by Fred Harrild, a former pupil of Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Built in 1550, it was restored much later - in the early 1900s - by the wellknown British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
The celebrated garden designer fashioned the garden on Holy Island more than a century ago as part of a grand project by her friend, the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, who had been commissioned to turn Lindisfarne castle into a home for Country Life magazine owner Edward Hudson.
A replica Stone of Remembrance - Sir Edwin Lutyens' contribution to CWGC cemeteries - stands at the head of the replica cemetery.
WHERE AND WHY The Bloomsbury is a beautiful Grade IIlisted building on Great Russell Street built in 1928 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Just around the corner from Oxford Street, it offers an oasis of calm.
Sir Edwin Lutyens, who designed the Cenotaph in Whitehall, and Charles Tuke and James Maxwell - who designed Blackpool Tower - have their stamp on this estate.
The Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and unveiled in 1932 (photo: mid to late 1930s)
Architects associated with the country house throughout the ages include, among others, John Vanburgh, William Chambers, Robert Adam, John Nash and Sir Edwin Lutyens. And now, today, ADAM Architecture is one of the leading practices designing and building new country houses.