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Lutyens

1. Sir Edwin. 1869--1944, British architect, noted for his neoclassical country houses and his planning of New Delhi, India
2. his daughter, Elisabeth. 1906--83, British composer
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In compensation, Lutyens then recommended him for the job of designing a new garrison church, dedicated to St Martin, to be built in the military cantonments way out to the west of Delhi.
Lutyens chose this stone to chime with the stone of Lindisfarne Priory.
The first one displays furniture designed by Lutyens and gifts from foreign leaders.
A huge memorial, also by Lutyens, is a lasting tribute to the thousands of missing-in-action soldiers, whose bodies were never found.
Incidentally, Lutyens was also responsible for designing most of New Delhi in India, including the India Gate
Of course, historians and architects are quick to point out that this is a misnomer: New Delhi was the labour of several talented architects and not just Edwin Lutyens.
Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker were charged with grafting a new city on to a scrubby plain outside Delhi, a task they embraced with vigour, synthesising neoclassical and Indian sources with a modern vision of imperial authority.
Or even at the crypt, as occurred in 1941 with the Roman Catholic cathedral in Liverpool designed by the great Empire architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, who died in 1944.
The grade I-listed Lutyens designed building, located next to The Bank of England, whose vault starred as Fort Knox in the 1964 Bond film, Goldfinger, is suitable for a variety of alternative uses to include office, hotel and mixed use, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The park--with its famous Lutyens war memorial--has been a source of the city's enjoyment for over 100 years.
The commission wants to maintain the aesthetic of the city center, planned by the renowned British architect Edwin Lutyens between 1912 and 1931.
There are excellent descriptions of the major works by eminent composers of the past generation such as Ruth Crawford Seeger, Vivian Fine, Miriam Gideon, Elisabeth Lutyens, Barbara Pentland, Julia Smith and Louise Talma.