London Zoo Aviary engineer Frank Newby dies, aged 75
In the collaboration between architecture and engineering, the years 1950-75 are noted as being particularly adventurous and creative, writes Robert Thorne. The structural engineer Frank Newby, who died on 10 May, aged 75, was preeminent throughout that period for his contribution to innovative architectural concepts and forms.
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