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Architecture (K100): The study of the design, construction and erection of structures. Combines design creativity with technical competence.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|ACROPOLIS RESTORATION SERVICE (YSMA)||
This link gives you video excerpts from the dismantlement and transportation of metopes from the Parthenon to the Acropolis Museum. The Acropolis...
|Architectus - architectural drawings online||
The Architectus archive contains unique student designs from the 1930s to the 1950s and work from famous post-war architects like...
|Church plans on-line, 1818 - 1982||
The archive of the Incorporated Church Building Society which includes over 15,000 files relating to applications by...
|Ecclesiastical History, Church history, Church architecture, 19th century, 20th century, Architectural plans, Buildings, History||view|
|Corporal Or Psychological Punishment? A Comparison Between Newgate Prison As Described In Contemporary Images And In Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flanders And Jeremy Bentham’s Model For The Panopticon, Maria-Gloria Simpson||
This article deals with the effects that the material shape of a prison and its system of punishment may have on offenders and touches on the role...
|Empire And Its Discontents: An Examination Of Kilmainham Gaol And Aapravasi Ghat, Robert Deba||
Despite being separated by over 6,339 miles, Kilmainham Gaol and Aapravsai Ghat are inextricably linked as artefacts documenting the legacy of the...
|British empire, Social history||view|
|Furnishings and Interiors 1850-Present||
Interiors and furnishings reflect a changing domestic culture over the last one hundred and sixty years. The domestic environment is now...
|design, Architecture, Interiors||view|
|Garden cities and suburbs||
An introduction to one of the iconic movements in 20th century housing
|20th century, achitecture, Landscape||view|
|Given a free rein? Representations of power in the stables at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, and John Wootton’s Sir Robert Walpole with his Hunter and Groom, Jemima Hubberstey||
When Sir Robert Walpole first rose to political power from humble origins, he had much to prove to the world. In order to consolidate his position...
|horses, Walpole, Wootton||view|
|Gothic ‘artefictions’: fabricating history in Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill and The Castle of Otranto, Amy Lim||
Horace Walpole’s house at Strawberry Hill and his 1764 novel The Castle of Otranto are both considered landmarks in the development of...
|Gothic, Walpole, 18th century||view|
|Housing at the end of the 19th Century (part 1)||
This is a series in 5 parts of housing built before and around the beginning of the 20th century
|Houses & housing||view|