Adam Style

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Phaidon Press, Incorporated, 1992 - Art - 240 pages
In the mid-Georgian era, between 1750 and 1785, a form of domestic neo-classicism arose that came to be named after the outstanding architect of the period, Robert Adam. This book contains examples of that style, and shows the ways in which they were designed and decorated.

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Chapter One Adam Style 50
Chapter Two The Architectural Shell

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About the author (1992)

Steven Parissien is Deputy Director of the Mellon Centre in London and former Education Secretary of the Georgian Group, the organization devoted to preserving Georgian architecture in Britain. His previous books include Adam Style, Regency Style, and Palladian Style.

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