Augustus Welby Pugin, Designer of the British Houses of Parliament: The Victorian Quest for a Liturgical Architecture
Much of the study of the nineteenth-century architect, Augustus Welby Pugin has focused on his architecture and design. Pugin himself believed that his strongest influence lay in his writing. He played an important role in the nineteenth century religious revival because of his views as a liturgical architect.
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