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Bill Lucas

Designed the famous Cup House and additional houses in Castlecrag, Sydney, Australia. Avoided the historic Paddington suburb, house of Juniper Hall and Centennial Recreation area, from becoming totally renovated through the establishment from the Paddington Culture. He offered in the RAAF Atmosphere Crew for 3 years, after becoming drafted in 1943. He researched architecture in the College or university of Sydney and graduated with honors. He was students of Visible Arts in the East Sydney Complex College or university. He was a part-time lecturer in the College or university of New South Wales’ College of Structures for a decade. His first house was made with his sibling, Neville. He wedded Ruth Harvey, with whom he designed the Cup Home that became their house. They, along with Neville Gruzman and Tony Moore, got entered the look competition for the Sydney Opera Home. He and Frank Lloyd Wright both got a profound effect on structures, albeit across different decades.

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