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by Steven Parissien,Peter Porter,Duke of Gloucester
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  • Author:
    Steven Parissien,Peter Porter,Duke of Gloucester
  • ISBN:
    1854104667
  • ISBN13:
    978-1854104663
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  • Publisher:
    Aurum Press; New ed. edition (1999)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Architecture
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The Georgian house - whether on a Georgetown street or in a leafy suburb- is considered among the most desireable and comfortable of homes. This is an excellent book for someone restoring a Georgian home in Britain, however it is rather limited on American Georgian homes

The Georgian house - whether on a Georgetown street or in a leafy suburb- is considered among the most desireable and comfortable of homes. The Georgian style has stood the test of time. This is an excellent book for someone restoring a Georgian home in Britain, however it is rather limited on American Georgian homes. I was looking for information about Georgian homes in general for a future new construction here in America, so the information was decent at best for my purposes. The first few chapters are great historical background, but the later half of the book goes into detail about restoring windows, doors, stucco, railings, etc.

By (author) Steven Parissien, Introduction by Hrh Duke of Gloucester The book describes the development of the Georgian style, beginning with its intro in the early 18th century up to the mid 19th century.

By (author) Steven Parissien, Introduction by Hrh Duke of Gloucester. The Georgian house - whether on a Georgetown street or in a leafy suburb- is considered among the most desireable and comfortable of homes. The Georgian style has stood the test of time, and continues to be popular today. The book describes the development of the Georgian style, beginning with its intro in the early 18th century up to the mid 19th century. Chapters are also devoted to each element of the house to help understand the ideas, techniques, and materials employed by the original builders.

Steven Parissien describes the development of the Georgian style in Britain and its colonies from its introduction in the early 18th century through to the mid-19th century. Introduction by. Peter Porter,Duke of Gloucester. Throughout the book, he stresses the need for today's owners to understand the ideas and techniques and materials employed by those who built their homes.

If you have ever been enchanted by the houses of the Georgian period, and particularly if you are lucky enough to live in one, this book should be of interest. It sets the buildings in their historical context, and shows how and why each aspect of a house came to be as it is. Steven Parissien describes the development of the Georgian style in Britain and its colonies from its introduction in the early 18th century through to the mid-19th century.

Duke of Gloucester (/ˈɡlɒstər/) is a British royal title (after Gloucester), often conferred on one of the sons of the reigning monarch

Duke of Gloucester (/ˈɡlɒstər/) is a British royal title (after Gloucester), often conferred on one of the sons of the reigning monarch. The first four creations were in the Peerage of England and the last in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; the current creation carries with it the subsidiary titles of Earl of Ulster and Baron Culloden

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Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO, GCStJ (Richard Alexander Walter George; born 26 August 1944) is the youngest grandchild of King George V and Queen Mary

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The Georgian House in Britain and America. The Georgian-style house-whether a classic building on a Georgetown street or an elegant brick house in a leafy suburb-is considered by some to be the most desirable and comfortable of homes. Houses built over two hundred years ago still stand as proud and dignified as when they were first erected, and the style continues to be popular in contemporary domestic architecture.

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The Georgian-style house-whether a classic building on a Georgetown . The first part of this book describes the development of the Georgian.

The Georgian-style house-whether a classic building on a Georgetown street or an elegant brick house in a leafy suburb-is considered by some to be the most desirable and comfortable of homes. The first part of this book describes the development of the Georgian style, beginning with its introduction in the early eighteenth century in Britain and the colonies.

If you have ever been enchanted by the houses of the Georgian period, and particularly if you are lucky enough to live in one, this book should be of interest. It sets the buildings in their historical context, and shows how and why each aspect of a house came to be as it is. Steven Parissien describes the development of the Georgian style in Britain and its colonies from its introduction in the early 18th century through to the mid-19th century. He devotes a chapter to each element of the Georgian house, including roofs, brickwork and stonework, doors and windows, staircases and fireplaces, mouldings and plasterwork. Throughout the book, he stresses the need for today's owners to understand the ideas and techniques and materials employed by those who built their homes.