Leonard Manasseh, British architect, Died at 100


Leonard Manasseh was born on May 21, 1916 in Eden Hall, Singapore and died on March 5, 2017.

He was a British architect

He was best known for the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, which he co-designed with Ian Baker.

He lived in the house of his uncle Ezekiel Manasseh, a rice and opium merchant, and is now the residence of the British High Commissioner.

His reputation rose with his work at the Festival of Britain, and he formed Leonard Manasseh and Partners with Ian Baker, becoming “one of the leading British architects of the 1960s”.

During 1964, he designed the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.

Manasseh turned 100 in May 2016.

Leonard Manasseh passed away at 100 years old.