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Gropius Elected Member of British Architectural Group

Royal Institute of Architects Gives Honor to Professor

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Walter Gropius, professor of Architecture, has been elected an Honorary Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

One of the founders of the modern architecture movement in Europe, Gropius directed the famous Grand Ducal School at Weimar, Germany from 1918 to 1928 and practiced in London for a few years before coming to the University last spring. He is especially noted for his work in industrial and housing projects.

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