All Architects

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I. M. Pei

New York, USA
born 1917, Guangzhou

Ieoh Ming Pei (26 April 1917 – 16 May 2019) was a Chinese American architect. Born in Guangzhou and raised in Hong Kong and Shanghai, Pei drew inspiration at an early age from the gardens at Suzhou. In 1935, he moved to the United States and enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania's..

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Critical Concrete

Porto, Portugal
est. 2015, Porto

Critical Concrete is a project space that mixes a socio-cultural space and architectural experimentation in Porto. The concept is based on the synergy between popular formats and critical minds at the cutting-edge of artistic production and urban research.

Our ambition is to provide an..

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Kate Macintosh

London, United Kingdom
born 1937, Edinburgh

Catherine Ailsa "Kate" Macintosh is a Scottish architect. She designed Dawson's Heights in Southwark and 269 Leigham Court Road, a Grade II listed building in Lambeth. She studied at the Edinburgh School of Art, now part of Heriot-Watt University. After graduating in 1961, she spent a year..

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Elizabeth Denby

born 1894, Bradford

Elizabeth Denby was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, and studied Social Science at the London School of Economics (LSE) between 1916-17. At the LSE she learned rigorous research methods and picked up an interest in sociology that informed her work as an urban planner.

In the 1920s, Denby became..

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Edward Bilsky

Kiev, Ukraine
born 1931, Kiev

Edward Bilskiy was born in 1931 in Kiev. After graduating in 1956 at Kiev Civil Engineering Institute he began working in the State Planning Institute "Kievproject" where he served as a chief architect of the projects from 1956 till 2017. He is the author of more than 300 objects in Kiev, Odessa,..

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Atelier LIK

Belgrade, Serbia
est. 1957, Belgrade

Atelier LIK was founded in 1957 by Sofija Nenadović, Dušanka Menegelo Aćimović, Nadežda Filipon Trbojević, Vesna Matičević and Vladislav Ivković, with Nada Bogojević as its first director.

In 1957, the design team consisting of Sofija Nenadović, Dušanka Menegelo Aćimović, Nada Filipon..

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Sofija Nenadović

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1928, Belgrade

Sofija Nenadović started studying architecture at the University of Belgrade right after the World War 2, in 1946. Together with colleagues and friends Dušanka Menegelo Aćimović, Nadežda Filipon Trbojević, Vesna Matičević and Vladislav Ivković in 1957 she founded Atelier LIK, a successful..

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Ada Felice-Rošić

Rijeka, Croatia
born 1922, Rijeka

Ada Felice-Rošić enrolled in the Architectural Department of the Technical Faculty in Zagreb in 1942, after the World War 2 has started, but soon paused her studies to join the resistance and help provide logistical and material support for partisan forces in the wider area of her hometown.
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