The Architecture of Deane and Woodward

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Cork University Press, 1997 - Architecture - 650 pages
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In 1846 Sir Thomas Deane, a Cork architect, builder and politician employed Benjamin Woodward, a young architect with an interest in medieval antiquities, to assist in the design of Queen's College, Cork. Thus began one of the most remarkable partnerships in nineteenth-century architectural history. Their most notable commissions include the asylum at Killarney, the Kildare Street Club, the Museum Building in Trinity College, Dublin and the University Museum in Oxford. Frederick O'Dwyer has gathered together over 300 contemporary and modern photographs, engravings and architectural drawings to illustrate the most comprehensive study of an architectural practice ever undertaken by an Irish publisher.

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Frederick O'Dwyer is an architectural historian.

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