Person    | Male  Born 1895  Died 1988

Sir Ove N. Arup

Categories: Architecture, Engineering

Countries: Denmark, Germany

Born Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, son of the Danish Consul and was educated in Germany and later Denmark.
Civil engineer who collaborated with many modern architects on projects such as the Sydney Opera House.

Died at home in Highgate.

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Sir Ove N. Arup

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Sir Ove N. Arup

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