Brawne, Michael

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BRAWNE, Michael

BRAWNE, Michael. British, b. 1925. Genres: Architecture. Career: Principal, Michael Brawne and Assocs., London and Bath, 1964-; worked for the Soullee Steel Co., San Francisco, CA, 1954-56, Architects and Co- Partnership, London, 1956-59, British Transport Commission, 1959-61, and Denys Lasdun and Partners, London, 1961-64; instructor in architecture, Cambridge Univ, 1964-78; Univ of Bath, professor of architecture, 1978-90. Publications: The New Museum: Architecture and Display, 1965; (ed.) University Planning and Design: A Symposium, 1967; Libraries: Architecture and Equipment, 1970; The Museum Interior: Temporary and Permanent Display Techniques, 1982; Arup Associates: The Biography of an Architectural Practice, 1983; Museum fur Kunsthandwerk, 1992; Kimbell Art Museum, 1992; From Idea to Building: Issues in Architecture, 1992; Jorgen Bo, Vilhelm Wohlert: Louisiana Museum, Humleback, 1993; University of Virginia: The Lawn, 1994; The Getty Center, 1994. Died 2003.