Adam Style (Paperback)Steven Parissien (author)
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In the mid-Georgian era, between 1750 and 1785, a delightful form of domestic Neo-Classicism arose that came to be named after the outstanding architect of the period, Robert Adam.
This fascinating book takes the reader through typical houses of the time in England and America, showing the way in which they were designed, decorated and furnished. It is packed with meticulous visual details and stunning colour images that conjure up a period, and a style, that has never lost its appeal.
Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 1474 g
Dimensions: 290 x 250 x 25 mm
'A beautiful, highly original book from Phaidon Press - a groundbreaking book.' (Apollo)
'This volume, through a wonderful variety of graphic and photographic materials, examines the typical Adam-style house from its outer shell through the plasterwork and fittings, colors, furnishings and textiles.' (Jury of American Institute of Architecture)
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