Peter "Joe" Chamberlin
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Peter Hugh Girard Chamberlin CBE FRIBA (31 March 1919 – 23 May 1978), most commonly known as "Joe" Chamberlin, was a post-War British architect most famous for his work on the Barbican Estate in London.
Chamberlin was born on 31 March 1919. He attended Bedford School and Pembroke College, Oxford, where he read Politics, Philosophy and Economics. During the Second World War he was a conscientious objector. After the War, he attended Kingston School of Art's School of Architecture, qualifying as an architect in 1948.
Chamberlin died, before the Barbican Estate was completed, on 23 May 1978.
He married Jean Bingham in 1940.