Cedric Price (1934-2003)
Cedric John Price (born 1934 in Stone, Staffordshire) was a rarity in the architectural profession - having had a profound influence on architectural thinking through teaching and projects, rather than completed buildings. His architect father, A G Price (1901-53), was responsible for several Odeon cinemas in the 1930s. His son studied architecture at Cambridge, where he made friends including Jonathan Miller (Price was best man at his wedding), and became president of the Society of ...
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