Related Olympians: Father of Maxwell Ayrton.
Ormerod Ayrton started his art career at Chester and then moved to London where he studied at the South Kensington Schools of the Royal College of Art. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1920. Ayrton's most notable public buildings were the old Wembley Stadium, a simple structure in reinforced concrete, and the British Empire Exhibition.
|1948 Summer||London||Art Competitions||Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event||Great Britain||GBR||AC|
|1948 Summer||London||Art Competitions||Great Britain||Final Standings||AC||Model for "County Borough of Derby"|