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Ralph Erskine (architect): Quiz

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Question 1: Ekerö centrum (Tappström) in Ekerö Municipality outside ________, 1983 to 1989.
LondonBerlinStockholmHelsinki

Question 2: Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, ________, 1969.
PeterboroughYorkCambridgeNorwich

Question 3: Erskine was born in 1914, in Monliaws, Northumberland, but spent his childhood in Mill Hill in the ________ (North London).
London Borough of HackneyLondon Borough of EnfieldFinchleyLondon Borough of Barnet

Question 4: After qualifying as an architect Erskine began work with the design team for ________ under the leadership of Louis de Soissons.
Hatfield, HertfordshireLetchworthWelwyn Garden CitySt Albans

Question 5: Giya Kancheli / ________ (2008)
Pierre BoulezRiccardo MutiClaudio AbbadoDaniel Barenboim

Question 6: The Byker redevelopment, at ________, from 1973 to 1978.
Tyne and WearYorkSunderland, Tyne and WearNewcastle upon Tyne

Question 7: His parents were socialists, adherents of the ________, which promoted the idea of the evolution of Britain into a socialist state.
Clement AttleeRamsay MacDonaldFabian SocietyHarold Wilson

Question 8: Svappavaara, Kiruna Municipality, Sweden, 1962, housing project for a copper mine above the Arctic Circle (this project influenced the design of the northern town of ________).
Eastern Time ZoneLabrador City, Newfoundland and LabradorCanadaFermont, Quebec

Question 9: Ralph Erskine, CBRE, RFS, ARIBA (February 24, 1914 – March 16, 2005) was an architect and planner who lived and worked in ________ for most of his life.
FinlandSwedenDenmarkEstonia







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