Definitions

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  • n. English architect who planned the city of New Delhi (1869-1944)

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Examples

  • Inspite of these, Home Minister Chidambaram was complaining to Sunil Bharti Mittal about the call drops in Lutyens area.

    More Bars in More Places

  • It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens — this part of the city is familiarly known as Lutyens Delhi after him, and built to honor Indians who died fighting for the British empire.

    New Delhi Guide

  • The Allenburys Feeder was so ubiquitious at one time that when a Royal Dolls House was commissioned for Queen Mary by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the 1920s, it included a miniature Allenburys Feeder just one inch long, along with a mini food measure, food tin and rusks tin.

    Things I Found in my Mother-in-Law's House: Kid Stuff

  • Then there's Queen Mary's doll house, made on the whim of ... the queen's cousin, Princess Marie Louise, who discussed her idea with one of the top architects of the time, Sir Edwin Lutyens at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition of 1921.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens once said, "There will never be great architects or architecture without great patrons."

    The Bilbao Effect

  • “New” Delhi), the famed architects Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker were employed to produce a completely new complex of classical edifices.

    The Imperial Mind

  • HE DUNNE HOUSE was what local real-estate ma vens might call Lutyens-style neo-Elizabethan.

    Along Came a Spider

  • Among all the grand structures of a unique garden city that has come to be known as Lutyens 'Delhi, after its master architect, Edwin Lutyens, the two concentric rings of Connaught Place's buildings, housing shops below and offices and residences above, have been the most ill-fated.

    The Guardian World News

  • Located in the centre of Lahore, GOR-1 is to Lahore what the so-called Lutyens bungalows are to Delhi.

    ALL THINGS PAKISTAN

  • Scenes of the consecration of the unfortuante modern cathedral that replaced Lutyens 'proposal, 1967.

    Pontifical Rites in the Greatest Building that Never Was

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