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|Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944)|
|Date of birth/death||1 January 1944|
|Location of birth||London|
|Work period||1888 -|
|Work location||Canada, France, Ireland, New Delhi, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America, and possibly elsewhere|
English: Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, OM, KCIE, PRA (1869-1944) was a leading 20th century British architect, known for imaginatively adapting traditional architectural styles to the requirements of his era. He designed many English country houses and was instrumental in the design and building of New Delhi (known as "Lutyens' Delhi"). He was born and died in London.
This category has the following 54 subcategories, out of 54 total.
- ► 13 Mansfield Street, London (4 F)
- ► 9 Salisbury Court, London (9 F)
- ► Folly Farm, Sulhamstead, Berkshire (8 F)
- ► Orchards, Bramley, Surrey (7 F)
- ► Plumpton Place (5 F)
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- 36 Smith Square (411810994).jpg 3.12 MB
- 67-68 Pall Mall.jpg 1.61 MB
- Ballinakill (1696493589).jpg 647 KB
- Benson Court Magdalene.jpg 2.38 MB
- Brent Eleigh Hall, Suffolk.JPG 2.67 MB
- Hestercombegatehouse.jpg 86 KB
- Lutoffice8Jl6-3786.jpg 3.06 MB
- LutyensOffice22Ja063589.jpg 3.09 MB
- Mells Manor.jpg 60 KB
- Mells Park Entrance.jpg 87 KB
- Overstrand 1.JPG 1.94 MB
- Hannen Columbarium.jpg 1.47 MB