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Residential architect John Brownrigg dies, aged 91

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John Brownrigg, one of the two founders of Guildford-based Scott Brownrigg + Turner, has died at home aged 91. Brownrigg set up practice in Guildford in 1936 after studying at the Bartlett School of Architecture, but at the outbreak of war he joined the Royal Navy. After decommissioning and a refresher course at the Architectural Association, he returned to the town to work with Newman Turner.

Brownrigg worked mainly in the residential sector with numerous housing projects and private homes in his portfolio, including the London home of the motor-racing driver Stirling Moss.

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