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Robert Lutyens (13 June 1901 – 1972) was an English interior designer, the son of the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. He designed the interiors of the homes of several of the directors of Marks & Spencer and subsequently joined the board of that company in 1934. He worked with J.M. Monro & Son to create a modular design scheme for the façades of over 40 Marks & Spencer stores. He also painted.
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