Scottish architect who was simply knighted for his design of the Coventry Cathedral in England. He was also in charge of the Beehive, an iconic wing of New Zealand’s Parliament Building. He honored Modernist and Brutalist methods. He became a junior lecturer at Edinburgh University of Artwork while still students there. He worked well for such notables as Leslie Grahame-Thomson and Reginald Fairlie during college. He started developing exhibitions in 1938, including three pavilions for Glasgow’s 1938 Empire Exhibition. He also specific in country homes. His family members was surviving in Bombay, India, when he was created. His dad, Urwin Archibald Spence, was used as an assayer using the Royal Mint. He wedded in 1934. He and sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi both went to Edinburgh University of Art.