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Plan of the Queen39s House Summerson English Architecture 1530

Plan of the Queen39s House Summerson English Architecture 1530


Architecture in Britain: 1530-1830 (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art): John Summerson: 9780300058864: Amazon.com: Books

... had not known before but which was to become important with Robert Adam and to remain an integral part of the English classical tradition" (334).

Renaissance architecture

Realised designs for the south front (top) and north front of House of Dun, Angus

English Renaissance: Hardwick Hall (1590–1597).

The Radcliffe Camera, Oxford

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A 'Shaftesburian Agenda'? Lord Burlington, Lord Shaftesbury and the Intellectual Origins of English Palladianism

Architects and patron[edit]

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Figure 9. Interior of Radcliffe Camera. Source: Summerson (1986).

The Ancient Basilica of Santa Sabina, Rome (circa 425) has a typical basilical plan with a high semi-circular apse.

Very rarely in English architecture has the spirit of Mannerism been so pronounced" (357).

James Smith, Alternative elevation of Broughton house with plans of three floors. Pencil, pen and brown ink on fine laid paper, 32.4 x 42.0 cm.

St John's, Cotton, Staffordshire; unknown architect, 1795 (author). A humble building, but one of considerable charm and interest. The plan is an octagon, ...

Kinross House, one of the first Palladian houses in Britain


Prodigy house

Architecture of Scotland in the Middle Ages

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A blending of English styles

Morris, Select Architecture, Pl. 3

Gothic architecture

The Architecture of the Eighteenth Century (World of Art): John Summerson: 9780500202029: Amazon.com: Books

The south and east fronts of Burton Agnes Manor House, remodelled in the early 18th

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Temple of the Four Winds

The Byzantine Church of the Holy Apostles, Athens, shows a Greek Cross plan with

Armagh CoI, Northern Ireland

Plan of the Queen s House Summerson English Architecture 1530

Goldsmiths Hall circa 1814. It was rebuilt following the Great Fire of London of 1666.

Principal story plan for the White House by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1807

John Thorpe's ground-floor plan of Theobalds, c. 1606 (courtesy of the Trustees of Sir John Soane's Museum): north to right. The Middle Court is shown below ...

How It Began:

Our Lady of Tournai Cathedral, Belgium, a single building of enormous stylistic diversity

The east end of former St Philip's Church, photographed by Derek Kendall in 2016 after the demolition of the Royal London Hospital's Fielden House and ...

A treatise on civil architecture, second edition 1768

James Paine, Allocation of Rooms in Doncaster Mansion House, Drawing, c.1745.

East front of Hopetoun House, designed and built by William Adam over a period of over 20 years

Charles Barry and A.W.N. Pugin, The House of Lords, Houses of Parliament (London, 1835–68).

Parapet - A decorative parapet rings the flat roof of this English building, which serves

Gothic architecture

... with triangles and various computations on the number three in its facades. It is the oldest building with a purely triangular ground plan I know of.

Architectural career[edit]

Villa "Sea Greeting" (Meeresgruss) in Binz, Rügen Island - a typical

Life in the English Country House: A Social and Architectural History: Mark Girouard: 9780300058703: Amazon.com: Books

Figure 2: Jones's second sketch for the Banqueting House

Facade - Image: Praha gevel u modreho hroznu

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Part of a proposal for the replacement of the palace drawn by Christopher Wren in 1698. The palace was never rebuilt.

Architects-D_rawings-W_orld-Famous2-Architects.pdf by Boris Acosta Mejía - issuu

A drawing of Eltham Palace showing a large palace complex in the middle of a square

All Hallows Staining

Plans of Tylney Hall, Hampshire

St Martin-in-the-Fields

Houston Hall (University of Pennsylvania) - Image: Houston Hall 1st Floor Plan 1896

Wimbledon Park House. The last Wimbledon manor house. Built for the 2nd Earl Spencer

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Ogilby & Morgan's map of the City of London (1673). "A Large and Accurate Map of the City of London. Ichnographically describing all the Streets, Lanes, ...

British Museum

Plans of the ceilings and elevation of the chimneypiece at Sheffield Manor Lodge, Yorkshire (Journal of British Archaeological Association, Vol XXX (1874), ...

Appendix 2: Diagram of Florence, city plan. (The Museums of Florence)

English Cathedral

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Bramshill House - The central bay and loggia of the south entrance

Dutch gable - Dutch gables of varying complexity decorate the garden facade of Montacute House built


Windows in the Chapter House at York Minster show the equilateral arch with typical circular motifs in the tracery.

The Water Tower, Raynham

Ancient Egyptian architecture - The hypostyle hall of Karnak Temple

A 14th century tower house , built on the site of milecastle 64 of Hadrian's Wall, which was refronted by the prominent local mason William Thackeray for ...

Historic Floors

By the spring of 1735 Peterborough's death seemed imminent, and his doctor advised him to have an operation for the stone. Just before the operation ...

Adam style - Grand Neoclassical interior by Robert Adam, Syon House, London

Vista del siglo 18 de la catedral desde el noroeste por J. M. Mueller