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- Alan Colquhoun was a British born architect, historian, critic and teacher.
- Alan Colquhoun is a 1996 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities.
- born on (93 years ago) in Esher
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Associate degree at Architectural Association School of Architecture, graduated in
- died on in London of natural causes
- written works: "Collected Essays in Architectural Criticism", "Essays in Architectural Criticism", "Colquhoun, Miller & Partners", "Modernity and the classical tradition", "Modernismi, historismi"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Architecture, Planning, & Design)
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by Stephen Sennott
Architect and historian, England Determined to sustain the humane possibilities of architecture in a world without the master narratives of cultural authority and universal history, Alan Colquhoun has made rigorous contributions to the discipline ...
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Zola Helen Ross ILES, FRANCIS Anthony Berkeley Cox AN ILLUSED CANDIDATE John Caley IMBER, HUGH Alan Colquhoun Duff IMMERITO Moses Browne AN IMPARTIAL HAND Thomas Allen James Anderson William Ashdowne ...
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