Patrick Gwynne (1913-2003)
The death of Patrick Gwynne severs perhaps our last direct connection with the pioneering generation of architects who introduced Modern architecture into this country in the 1930s. His continuous evolution of domestic architecture over 70 years could be seen as a vital thread extending that celebrated tradition of The English House documented by Herman Muthesius a century ago.
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