Ian Imlach

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Ian Imlach

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Ian Imlach was an architect and lecturer at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. Born in London, 1930, Ian moved to Scotland to study architecture at Scott Sutherland School, Aberdeen. After graduating he travelled to Singapore for work before returning to Scotland in 1958. He worked in the practice of James Parr before joining the staff at the School of Architecture, Duncan of Jordanstone where he lectured until his retirement in 1995. Significant builds he was responsible for include Villa, 11 Victoria Road, Broughty Ferry; Villa, Roseangle, 1968; Dundee Synagogue, 1978.

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