Sir Richard MacCormac passes away aged 75
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July 28 2014
A past RIBA president MacCormac was well regarded for his work at the Oxford and Cambridge universities, the latter of which he also taught at in addition to Edinburgh, Hull and the LSE.
Prominent projects include Paternoster Square, Southwark tube station and Cheltenham Maggie’s Centre.
Latterly MacCormac had left MJP to pursue his own projects but retained an office within MJP.
In a statement Jeremy Estop, managing director of MJP Architects, said: “Whilst many architects achieve great success, few achieve distinction in all facets of architecture as Richard did.
“In design, as one of the pre-eminent architects of his generation; in education, as an inspirational university professor; in the profession, as President of the Royal Institute of British Architects; as a Royal Academician; as a writer of many articles on architecture; and as an insightful adviser to many distinguished organisations.
“His name is known throughout the profession.”
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