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Delhi cannot be over-praised, and under the hands of Sir Edwin Lutyens and Mr. Herbert Baker some wonderful buildings are coming to life.
The medal is not for a single building, but for a lifetime's achievement, and Chipperfield takes his place in a pantheon of legendary Royal Gold Medal architects including Le Corbusier, Sir Edwin Lutyens, Alvar Aalto, Oscar Niemeyer, Frank Gehry, Richard
The Guardian World News Jonathan Glancey 2010
Ms. Osborne’s digging reveals that Idina’s scandalous bolt from her first husband, the future Conservative MP Euan Wallace, in 1918 was not mere caprice but an act motivated by his falling in love with Barbara Lutyens, the daughter of the great architect Sir Edwin Lutyens; she would become Wallace’s second wife and would bring up the children that Idina had abandoned.