William Curtis Green Architect
William Curtis Green (1875–1960) was an English architect. Green was born in Alton, Hampshire. He studied engineering at the technical school at West Bromwich and architecture at Birmingham School of Art. Articled to John Belcher from 1895 he studied part time at the Royal Academy. In 1897 he joined the staff at The Builder as the draughtsman. He joined the Art Workers Guild. He founded his architectural practice in 1898, also marrying that year Cicely Dillworth Lloyd. His first commissions included several power stations. In 1910 he formed a partnership with Dunn and Watson. In 1942 Green was awarded the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
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1. Royal Academy of Arts Membership organization
The Royal Academy of Arts is an art institution based in Burlington House on Piccadilly, London. The Royal Academy of Arts has a unique position in being an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects whose purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.
December 10th, 1768
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Institution social analysis
People attended Royal Academy of Arts connected by profession and/or age
1. Queens Hotel, Leeds
2. The Wolseley
Venetian Gothic architecture
3. The Dorchester
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Sir Robert McAlpine (1931)