Georgian and Regency architecture spans the years from 1714 until 1830, a period that bequeathed a rich heritage of buildings to the British landscape. From great country houses and churches to the formal city squares of Edinburgh and the graceful crescents of Bath, Georgian structures are distinguished by the elegance and harmony of their design. This title is part of a trilogy of books published by Chaucer press, lavishly portraying three hundred years of architecture, from the Georgian and Regency period through the Victorian and Edwardian era to the modern day. Georgian and Regency Architecture contains over two hundred illustrations, a chapter on the development of the concept of town planning, and biographical details of the outstanding architects of the time - from Adam and Hawkesmoor to Palladio and Wyatville.
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|Georgian Architecture Книга по Требованию Kapila F. |
It is eponymous for the first four British monarchs of the House of Hanover—George I of Great Britain, George II of Great Britain, George III of the United Kingdom, and George IV of the United Kingdom—who reigned in continuous succession from August 1714 to June 1830.
|Учебное пособие по английскому языку для вузов - 143 с. English Architecture Reader (Архитектура Англии): М: Высшая Школа Ивянская И.С. |
|Architecture in France Taschen Jodidio P. |
|Architecture in the United States Taschen Jodidio P. |
There are Pritzker Prize winners (Gehry, Meier, and Thom Mayne of Morphosis), established innovators like Eric Owen Moss, or Steven Holl.
|Architecture Now! 5 Taschen Jodidio P. |
Since architecture also extends beyond walls, landscape architecture makes its appearance as well.
|Australia Architecture & Design Daab |
"Architecture & Design Australia" is a new survey of Australian architecture that takes an expansive look at over 50 buildings, from private dwellings to public monuments, and includes many award-winning projects that have helped shape the energetic state of Australian design today. The world' s smallest continent, Australia has a topography and breadth of landscape that is immense and plays an important part in the dynamic architecture produced.
|Contemporary Architecture Vol. 1 (CA1) ACC Distribution Robyn B. |
Many are multi-award-winning household names and some are rising stars in world architecture.
|New Architecture in Britain Merrell Publishing Powell |
|The Penguin Dictionary of Architecture & Landscape Architecture Penguin Group John F. |
Full account has been taken, too, of the huge range of building traditions around the world.
|New London Architecture 2 Merrell Publishing Kenneth P. |
The architectural renaissance of Britain’s capital continues in the new millennium with the design and construction of ever more striking and imaginative buildings of all types to serve the needs of the city’s population.
|Ecological Architecture. A Critical History Thames & Hudson James S. |
Today, however, past visionaries are vindicated and yesterday’s eccentricities are today’s legal requirements: every architect has an obligation to the environment as well as to his or her client.
|New Zen: The Tea-Ceremony Room in Modern Japanese Architecture Thames & Hudson Michael F. |
|Class Architecture ACC Distribution Michael J. C. |
This book presents more than 40 projects from the USA, showcasing leading elementary and secondary school design.
|The Baroque Architecture of Sicily Thames&Hudson Maria G. |
Through analysis and above all by revelatory photography it seeks to define what makes the Baroque of Sicily distinctive: • How does it differ from the Baroque not only of other countries but also from that of other Italian regions? • How was it possible to impose that particular character upon churches and palaces, sculpture and painting? • What was the role of ‘capital’ cities such as Palermo and Catania, and smaller towns like Noto? • To what extent did it absorb styles from abroad, both through travel and through pictures and treatises? • How decisive was that Sicilian speciality, the earthquake, as a factor in change and renewal?
|Seventeenth Century Art and Architecture Thames&Hudson Ann S.H. |
Major artists covered include Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio, Carracci, Claude, Girardon, Guercino, Hals, Jones, Le Brun, Le Vau, Murillo, Poussin, Rembrandt, Reni, Ribera, Rubens, Ruisdael, Steen, Van Dyck, Velazquez, Vermeer, Wren, and Zurbaran.
|Napoleonic, Classical Moderne, and Hollywood Regency High Style Interiors: Regency Redux: Rizzoli (RCS MediaGroup) Emily E.E. |
The classical elegance of the Regency period in England is considered one of the most sophisticated and refined moments in design history.
|Inside / Outside - Between Architecture and Landscape Rockport Publishers Anita B. |
|Owen Jones: Design, Ornament, Architecture & Theory in an Age of Transition Rizzoli (RCS MediaGroup) |
Owen Jones was, and still remains, a highly influential force in the world of architecture and design.
|The Architecture Collection 3 Images Publishing Group |
This three-volume series documents significant work by architects from around the world.
|Architecture Studio: Selected and Current Works The Master Architect Series II Images Publishing Group |
Projects featured in this publication include the Palais de Justice, Caens, France; the City of Paris School of Fine Arts, Paris, France; the Canal + headquarters, Paris, France, and the Citadel University, Dunkirk, France.