Written by one of Britain's most respected architectural authorities, this celebration of architectural design is a fully illustrated introduction to the diverse architecture of the Georgian period (1714-1830). It's packed with more than two hundred vivid, original photographs of both classic and unusual Georgian architecture.
Students and general readers interested in architecture, art and design, as well as social, political and local history, will find themselves entranced by the unique beauty of each incredible piece.
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The Penguin dictionary of architecture and landscape architecture
John Fleming,Hugh Honour,Nikolaus Pevsner
No preview available - 1998