Sir James Frazer Stirling (22 April 1926 – 25 June 1992) was a British architect.
Among critics and architects alike he is generally acknowledged to be one of the
James Stirling (1926-1992), of Great Britain is considered by many as the
premier architect of his generation, an unparalleled innovator in postwar
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Mar 20, 2011 ... Did the great British architect James Stirling kill architecture in Great Britain? The
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Sir James Stirling (1791-1865), governor, was the fifth son and the eighth of the
fifteen children of Andrew Stirling of Drumpellier, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
The work of the internationally acclaimed British architect James Stirling (1924-
92) is rooted in the Modernism of Le Corbusier, liberally spiced with an eclectic ...
James Stirling. Sir James Stirling is one of those architects whose influence and
importance is far greater than the built work.
Summary. Professor James Stirling CBE FRS became the first Provost of Imperial
College London in August 2013. Before joining Imperial, Professor Stirling was ...
Sir James Stirling, in full Sir James Frazer Stirling (born April 22, 1926, Glasgow,
Scot.—died June 25, 1992, London, Eng.), British architect known for his ...