The Architecture of Georgian Towns and Cities
Much of Britain’s most beautiful architecture was created by the Georgians in the eighteenth century. This course reveals how the Georgians transformed Britain, from major cities like London, Bath, and Edinburgh to smaller towns like Blandford Forum. It explores the evolution of the town house, the careers of the great architects, the beauties of interiors, and the planning of towns. It highlights the glories of Georgian urban architecture, but does not ignore the crafts, from masonry to plaster-working, that made it possible.
Residential Fees From: £348 Non Residential: £233
Philip Wilkinson is the author of many books on architecture and history. He wrote a series of books to accompany the BBC2 series Restoration and Restoration Village and is the author of The English Buildings Book (publisher English Heritage), Fifty Architecture Ideas You Really Need To Know (Quercus), Phantom Architecture (Simon & Schuster) and Irreplaceable (Historic England). He explores buildings ceaselessly, recording discoveries on his blog (englishbuildings.blogspot.co.uk) and gives talks on architectural subjects
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