Norman Whicheloe (1927-2002)
Among his generation of architectural students of the late1940s, Norman Whicheloe (left) was a polymath, a gifted designer at every scale of project from neighbourhoods to typography and furniture. He was an inspiring teacher and mentor with great capability in managing people and organisations.
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