Kristen Gates and Thomas Nye won the 2018 RAMSA Prize with their proposal Harmony of the Whole: Cities Beautiful in 20th Century India. Ms. Gates and Mr. Nye's research will focus on Sir Edwin Lutyens’ 1912 plan for New Delhi and Le Corbusier’s 1950 plan for Chandigarh.
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Following on the heels of the California launch, The Lutyens Trust America partnered with the Atlanta Preservation Center in Atlanta, Georgia to sponsor a lecture by Martin Lutyens describing the influence of Sir Edwin’s earlier work on the planning of New Delhi and the design of Government House.
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The Lutyens Trust America is an educational, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing appreciation, study, and conservation of the works of internationally renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, O.M, K.C.I.E, P.R.A, who died on New Year’s Day 1944.