Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens

Standard Name: Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer


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Family and Intimate relationships Constance Lytton
The younger sister, Emily , married the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens . When CL had been arrested for the first time and bailed for the night (with the rest of the deputation) before their trial...
Family and Intimate relationships Vita Sackville-West
As the love cooled between VSW 's parents, her mother began a series of probably platonic relationships with older, wealthy men. Her long-time companion Sir John Murray Scott (known to her and Vita as Seery...
Residence Enid Bagnold
Sir Edwin Lutyens worked on the interior design. Altogether, EB had about eighteen servants for both households at this time.
Sebba, Anne. Enid Bagnold: The Authorized Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1986.
Residence Frances Hodgson Burnett
After this second divorce FHB consoled herself by taking a lease on her dream house in England: Maytham Hall at Rolvenden in Kent (since remodelled by Sir Edwin Lutyens and subsequently converted into retirement flats)...


Gertrude Jekyll published her influential, highly personal Home and Garden, which describes the creation of her famous cottage garden at Munstead Wood in Surrey.
March 1906
A company was set up, largely through the efforts of Henrietta Barnett , for the development of Hampstead Garden Suburb just north of London, as a community including people of all classes and income levels.
Edwin Landseer Lutyens was appointed to join Herbert Baker as architects to design from scratch the city of New Delhi as capital of colonial India.
11 November 1920
Two years after the end of the Great War, Britain commemorated with the unveiling of the Cenotaph in Whitehall and the state funeral of an unidentified soldier in Westminster Abbey.
Architect Edwin Lutyens , famous for his architectural work in New Delhi, completed construction of the British Medical Association building at Tavistock Square, London.