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Victorian Architecture Roger Dixon

Victorian Architecture By Roger Dixon

Victorian Architecture by Roger Dixon

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Explores the interplay of social forms, technological advances, and creative achievements that gave rise to various building types in the Victorian age.

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Victorian Architecture by Roger Dixon

The buildings of Victorian Britain are perhaps the most varied and colourful in the country's architectural history. They mirror the great changes that were taking place in society and in technology; and they also express the delight of patrons and designers in almost every style from the world's past. The authors have organized their story by building types - houses, structures for entertainment, for industry and commerce, civic architecture, churches and schools - to show how the buildings sprang from the interplay between social forces, ideals, techniques and individual genius. The book also includes a unique dictionary of more than 300 architects of the period.

Victorian Architecture Reviews

'Covers in a clear, concise and intelligent way the most complex period of British architecture. It will bring the subject alive for readers' - British Books News

About Roger Dixon

Stefan Muthesius is a specialist in the 18th to 20th century history of architecture, urban design, and applied arts and design. His book The English Terraced House won the Sir Banister Fletcher Prize.

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Victorian Architecture by Roger Dixon
Used - Very Good
Thames & Hudson Ltd
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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