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Patrick Litchfield, founder partner at Stout and Litchfield, died last week aged 70. Litchfield trained at Bournemouth College of Art and the RWA school of architecture in Bristol between 1948 and 1953, before setting up in practice with fellow student Roy Stout in 1962.

Litchfield was known for his geometrical private house designs, including ones at Shipton-underWychwood (1965) and Bishopswood Road, Highgate (1975).

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