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Nationality  British
Alma mater  Bedales School
Died  June 6, 2005
Name  Mary Medd
Occupation  Architect

Mary Medd
Full Name  Mary Beaumont Crowley
Born  4 August 1907 (1907-08-04)
Practice  Hertfordshire county Ministry of Education

Mary Beaumont Medd (née Crowley, 4 August 1907 - 6 June 2005) was a British architect, known for public buildings including schools. Together with her husband David Medd (1917–2009), she joined a team of architects commissioned to build schools in Hertfordshire after the Second World War. Together, the Medds became leading school designers in England and Wales.

Mary Medd MARY MEDD 19072005 Researching a Life in Education and Architecture

As Mary Crowley, working with Cecil George Kemp, she designed three houses at 102, 104 and 106 Orchard Road, Tewin, Hertfordshire, in 1935–36.

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