Sir Frederick Miles Warren was born on May 10, 1929, in Christchurch, New Zealand, to Jean and Maurice Warren. Warren was an architect from New Zealand. He worked as an apprentice for Cecil Wood before studying architecture at the University of Auckland.
Sir Miles Warren Cause of Death
Sir Miles Warren died at the age 93. The precise cause of his death has yet to be revealed to the public. However, we are still awaiting the results of his autopsy. However, given his age, it is safe to assume he died naturally.
Sir Miles Warren later worked for the London County Council, where he was exposed to British New Brutalism. After returning to Christchurch and establishing the practice Warren and Mahoney, he was instrumental in establishing the “Christchurch School” of architecture, a synthesis of Brutalism’s truth-to-materials and structural expression and the low-key Scandinavian and Japanese commitment to “straightforwardness.”