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  1. Philip Morton Shand (21 January 1888 – 30 April 1960), known as P. Morton Shand, was a British journalist, architecture critic (an early proponent of modernism), wine and food writer, entrepreneur and pomologist. He was the paternal grandfather of Queen Camilla.

    • 30 April 1960 (aged 72), Lyon, France
  2. 25 de out. de 2022 · Architectural critic Philip Morton Shand (known always as P. Morton Shand, 1888–1960) conceived the exhibition and led the international promotion of Aalto before and after the show. By shifting the focus from the designer to the critic, this article argues that Aalto’s success was the result of a concerted effort to establish a ...

  3. 28 de mar. de 2018 · The architectural journalist Philip Morton Shand (1888-1960), who organised ‘Wood only: The Exhibition of Finnish Furniture’ to showcase Aalto’s work at the Fortnum and Mason department store in 1933, wrote to the designer saying ‘You will be long remembered in England.’.

  4. 18 de dez. de 2023 · Philip Morton Shand was born in 1888 and died in Lyon in 1960. Architecture critic, journalist and food writer, Shand was a co-founder of MARS, the Modern Architectural Research Group and was said to be instrumental in bringing modern architecture into Britain.

  5. Abstract. Within the context of Modern architectural history the position of Philip Morton Shand (1888 - 1960) as a key figure in its dissemination has been historically understated.

  6. Abstract. Within the context of Modern architectural history the position of Philip Morton Shand (1888 - 1960) as a key figure in its dissemination has been historically understated. Although not a designer, his role as architectural critic and writer in conjunction with the breadth of his international contacts enabled him to bridge a gap ...

  7. 4 de mai. de 2017 · One of the briefest, yet among the most remarkable eras of 20th-century design would have to be Sweden’s 1920’s romantic national style known as Swedish Grace. British journalist Philip Morton Shand was first to use the term to describe and underline the simple elegance of this golden decade.