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1939 – Born on the 24th of July in Montclair, New Jersey.          – Attending Yale and graduate studies at Stanford University, he joined his father’s firm, Robert Trent Jones Incorporated. 1960 – He began designing courses on his own. 1962 – He rose to become vice-president of the company and assumed control of ..

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1573 – Born on the 15th of July on Smithfield, London, England. 1603 – He had visited Italy long enough to acquire skill in painting and design and to attract the patronage of King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway, at whose court he was employed for a time before returning to England. 1605 – ..

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1832 – William Le Baron Jenney, born on the 25th of September in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. He as an American architect and engineer who became known as the Father of the American skyscraper. 1853 – He first began his formal education at the Lawrence Scientific school at Harvard and transferred to L’École Centrale des Artes et ..

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1895 – Born on May 24th in Bucharest. Marcel Janco was the most famous international artist to settle in Israel. 1916 – He was one of the founders of the Dada movement, one of the most important art movements of the 20th century. 1922 – Worked as an architect and painter in Romania. 1953 – ..

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1965 – She was born on the 10th day of June this year in Basingtoke, Hampshire, England. English beachwaer designer, model, and actress. 1986 – Had a high profile 13-year relationship with actor, Hugh Grant. 1994 – Attended the London première of the film Four Weddings and a Funeral starring her then-companion Hugh Grant. 1995 ..

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1886 – George Howe, born on the 17th of June in Philadelphia, USA. He was an American Architect. 1908 – He received his early education at private schools and his B.A. in Architecture from Harvard University.        – He was admitted to the Atelier Laloux in Paris. 1912 – Graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts ..

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1950 – Born on the 19th of April.          – They are perhaps best known for their conversion of the giant Bankside Power Station in London to the new home of the Tate Museum of Modern Art. 1978 – Founded and headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. 2001 – Herzog and de Meuron was awarded the ..

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1897 – Born in San Bernardino, California on the 28th of October. 1919 – She graduated from university and became a school teacher in La Jolla, California. 1923 – On the 25th of July, she married Charles Head, whom she would divorce in 1936. 1940 – She married set designer Wiard Ihnen, nicknamed Bill, on ..

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1661 – Born in East Drayton, Nottinghamshire, England. 1684 – Hawksmoor worked with his teacher, Christopher Wren, on projects including Chelsea Hospital, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Hampton Court Palace and Greenwich Hospital. 1689 – Hawksmoor was named Clerk of the Works at Kensington Palace. 1702 – Hawksmoor designed the baroque country house of Easton Neston in ..

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