Architect and educator who was knighted in 1956 and served as architect for the Duchy of Cornwall Estate.
He started his first practice in 1906.
He received the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture in 1947 and was elected president of The Royal Academy in 1954.
He married Elizabeth Myers in 1904 and had one child.
He aspired to carry on the innovative legacies of such pioneering architects as Frank Lloyd Wright.