Andrews, John

Andrews, John

(1933–)
Australian-born architect who made his name with Scarborough College (illus.), Toronto, Canada (1964), a megastructure using the raw materials and the chunky forms of New Brutalism. He designed the George Gund Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (1972). He also designed the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada (1975).
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Front row, Chris Hall, Michael Andrews, John Mullender, Andrew D'Souza and Peter Windram (captain)
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Clockwise from main, Sarah Blakstad, Caroline Kartel, Justine Watson, Valerie Court; Gill Andrews, John Andrews, Alex Powell; Roger Bate, Kerry Bate, Mr Holmes, Mrs Holmes, Mrs Wright
Raith recall Marvin Andrews, John Millar and Andy Galloway.