A celebration of architectural design in the reigns of the first four Georges (1714-1830), examining the remarkable stylistic diversity of Palladianism, the revivals of Greek, Roman and Egyptian styles, the taste for the exotic and orientalism, and the developments leading to the Gothic revival.
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THE GEORGIAN PERIOD
Dormitory Block at Westminster School
Burlingtons villa at Chiswick
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