-COPY all of the text below this line and paste it into the editing window for your new article.
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-READ THE INSTRUCTIONS in each section, and replace them with your own text.
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Your opening paragraph must include: The designer’s full name in bold, followed by dates of birth and death in parentheses. It should be followed with contextualizing information (most often, nationality and occupation) and also should let the reader know what makes this person notable. For example: Denise Scott Brown (b.1931) is an American [[architect]], planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm …
==Early life and education==
You can enter relevant information under a few basic subject headings, such as Early Life and Education, Work, Awards, Critical Reception, Built Work. You do not have to use all of the ones included here—these are just a few suggestions to get you started.
Remember that your editing window (where you pasted this info) has text formatting tools—you can bold, italicize, hyperlink and cite with one click.
Don’t forget to reference your sources by using plenty of inline citations. Click the “cite” toggle in your toolbar, and then choose a template (web, news, book or journal) from the dropdown menu.
For some designers, you might choose to divide a section like this into optional sub-sections, such as:
===Collaborative work ===
===The title of one specific building or series===
This is where your footnotes will automatically appear when you add inline citations using your “cite” tool. You’ll need to remove this bit of instruction text, but DO NOT REMOVE the Reflist code below.
* Official website