Amyas Connell

Architect

1901 – 1980

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Who was Amyas Connell?

Amyas Douglas Connell was a highly influential New Zealand architect of the mid-twentieth century. He achieved early and conspicuous success as a student, winning the British Prix de Rome in Architecture in 1926. Having been impressed by the work of Le Corbusier at the 1925 Paris Exhibition and that of fellow French Modernists André Lurçat and Robert Mallet-Stevens, Connell effectively launched the Modernist architectural style in Great Britain.

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Born
Jun 23, 1901
Eltham
Children
Nationality
  • United Kingdom
Profession
Employment
  • MARS Group
  • TRIAD Architects
Died
Apr 19, 1980
London

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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