It was only after a beloved Brutalist relic was demolished in Scotland that British architect Peter Womersley started to gain the fame he deserved for his adventurous yet graceful work. After failing to gain landmark recognition and losing the site, Edinburgh, Scotland-based architect Rebecca Wober and her partner Gordon Duffy are now making strides to popularize his contributions and to save other pieces. Part of the need to make this happen is to due to Womersley's lack of networking back in his day, the other is to preserve unique architecture that they believe equal recognition amongst other modern architectural greats. Womersley trained in the Bauhaus school, and for a time work on the Royal Festival Hall in London, and later went on to design notable buildings such as the the expansion of the Edinburgh College of Art—which was ironically his fall as well due to costs.
To learn more about him, head over to The Guardian.