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  • Georgian Architecture in the British Isles 1714-1830

    This is a fully revised and newly illustrated guide to the architecture of the British Isles during the reigns of the first four Georges (1714-1830).

    Series: Architectural History

  • John Nash

    A collection of essays on John Nash, universally recognised as one of the most important architects of the late 18th- and early 19th-century Britain.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Danson House: The anatomy of a Georgian villa

    Tells the story of the house, the estate, its owners, and its restoration by English Heritage between 1995 and 2004 after a long period of neglect. Danson House is revealed as one of the glories of Georgian domestic architecture.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970

    Provides thorough coverage of the subject using examples from Britain, America and New Zealand including papers written by some of the best-known architectural historians and leading academics of 20th century British architecture.

    Series: Architectural History

  • The Country House

    Considers the country house as a site of consumption – a unique approach which links into wider academic debates.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Technology in the Country House

    Brings together many years of research on the introduction of domestic technologies into country houses and their estates.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Chapels of England

    A chronological history of Nonconformist architecture from the 17th century to the present day.

    Series: Architectural History

  • The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley and Austin

    The first published account of all the work of this major architectural practice. From late 1830s to the start of the Second World War, the great Lancaster dynasty of Sharpe, Paley and Austin dominated the architectural profession in the north west.

    Series: Architectural History

  • A Glimpse of Heaven: Catholic churches of England and Wales

    Tells the remarkable story of Catholic church architecture in England and Wales and sets the buildings in their historical, social, political and cultural context. It is beautifully illustrated by architectural photographer Alex Ramsay.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Wells Cathedral

    Archaeological excavation, architectural survey and historical research carried out between 1978 and 1993 have elucidated the origins and early development of Wells Cathedral.

    Series: Architectural History

  • York Minster: An architectural history c 1220-1500

    This book charts the construction of York Minster – built over 300 years – as we see it today and traces its development. It provides an invaluable summary of the state of our understanding of the building and offers new insight into its complex history

    Series: Architectural History

  • Jewish Heritage in Britain and Ireland

    Expanded and updated gazetteer and guide to sites of Jewish Heritage across Britain and Ireland.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Stephen Dykes Bower

    The first published book on Stephen Dykes Bower, the twentieth century scion of Pugin's Gothic Revival style.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Frederick Gibberd

    A prolific architect who completed over 100 major projects including housing, nuclear power stations, reservoirs, schools and libraries.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Howell Killick Partridge & Amis

    Interviews and archival research combine to tell the stories behind this creative post-war architectural practice.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Ahrends, Burton and Koralek

    Examination of the work of Ahrends, Burton & Koralek, a prolific and versatile twentieth-century architectural practice whose work whilst influenced by High-Tech, was characterised by a concern for strong form and materiality.

    Series: Architectural History

  • John Madin

    Describes the work of John Madin and the influence he had on reshaping post-war architecture in Birmingham with buildings such as the Birmingham City Library, the Chamber of Commerce and the Post and Mail Building.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Leonard Manasseh & Partners

    Describes the work of Leonard Manasseh & Partners, a key architectural practice in British post-war architecture. Greatly admired by his contemporaries Manasseh came to prominence at The Festival of Britain and was a leading architect of the 1960s.

    Series: Architectural History

  • McMorran & Whitby

    McMorran & Whitby are arguably one of the most unsung practices of post-war British architecture. This is the first major publication on their work and contains a combination of contemporary photography and previously unpublished archival material.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Powell & Moya

    A comprehensive study of one of Britain’s most significant post-war architectural practices. Structured by building type the book reveals the principles of design particular to Powell & Moya. Illustrated with archival images plus new photographs.

    Series: Architectural History

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