Friday, February 09, 2007

Tony Watkins on Claude

Megson house in Taupo mentioned in a 1996 article by Tony Watkins on the late Graham Robertson:
During the Papatuanuku Conference Graeme stayed with a cosmopolitan group of students, lecturers and architects in a Taupo house designed by Claude Megson, one of his colleagues in the Department of Architecture. Few knew at that time that Graeme's body, like Claude's, was being consumed by cancer. Both were generous, positive, and compulsively creative. Both had to be wrenched away from their students, because their bonds were much more than academic.

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