Michael Brawne 1925-2003
Michael Brawne, who died in July, occupied a special place in British architecture, achieving distinction in practice, education and scholarship. In education he is probably best known as Professor of Architecture at Bath, from 1978 to 1990, where he collaborated with Ted Happold in creating the experimental course in which students of architecture and engineering shared courses and projects.
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