Asa Bruno obituary

Talented architect whose practice won the competition to design the new Holocaust memorial destined for central London At the end of last month, planning permission was finally granted for the building of Britain’s most significant memorial to the Holocaust, just a few days after the death, at the age of 49 from cancer, of Asa Bruno, a director of the practice that designed its distinctive fin-based structure. In the four years since Ron Arad Architects won the competition to design the £100m project on London’s Victoria Gardens, in partnership with David Adjaye Associates and the landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman, nobody did more than Bruno to make the project possible. Continue reading...

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