Georgian Architecture in the British Isles 1714-1830
The British Isles 1714-1830
Comprehensively illustrated with many images in colour and supported by an extensive bibliography, this clear and concise text should enable all those interested in the Georgian period to look at the surviving architecture with informed and discerning eyes.
'Georgian Architecture is elegantly written, well designed and easy to read ... A magisterial work which every architect should read and have on the shelf for reference.' '[the] inclusion of numerous reproductions...make this stunning edition an art book cum art object for the quality of its design' 'In many ways it is a tour de force, making Georgian architecture highly accessible to a wide readership. It is a book with ambitious scope, written with a lively and often provocative panache' Ecclesiology Today