Early Victorian Styles
- A Post-mortem for the Gothic Narrative: The Study of Gothic Architecture in the Duchy of Burgundy. Gajewski, Alexandra // Umeni / Art;2009, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p426
Robert Branner's Burgundian Gothic Architecture from 1960 was to highlight the importance of the regional Gothic style that developed in the duchy in the first half of the thirteenth century. Branner intended to update the long-established narrative model that emphasised the central role of...
- Honest Construction - A Timeless Ideal? Fatel, Cornelius // Detail (English Edition);Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 2008 Issue 2, p113
The article focuses on the architectural theories and systems of honest design and construction. The system of design in the French High Gothic which was used by some representatives of the Neogothic in the 19th century to underpin a construction-based approach rests on the misapprehension that...
- BRUGES AND GHENT. STONE, JOHN // Travel Agent;5/19/2014, Vol. 344 Issue 2, p16
The article features the architectural and artistic treasures offered by the cities of Bruges and Ghent in northwest Belgium. According to a city guide, Ghent is more of an industrial revolution town while Bruges is always fairly conservative. It states that the entire city center of Bruges was...
- SAN FRANCISCO DE BETANZOS. Una arquitectura desaparecida en el Camino InglÃ©s de Santiago de Compostela. Colón, Marta // Revista de EGA;2013, Issue 22, p174
The Franciscan monastery of Betanzos (La CoruÃ±a), which disappeared after Mendizabal's Confiscation in 1835 ("DesamortizaciÃ³n de Mendizabal"), had a highly artistic couplet column cloister which was dismantled in 1873. So in, this way began the destruction of one of the most important...
- Mid- Century Modernized. Hutchins, Shelley D. // Custom Home;Spring2014, p15
The article focuses on the renovation of a mid-century modern house in Seattle, Washington, designed by DeForest Architects.
- Stoned again. // Old House Journal;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p82
Criticizes the remake of a Victorian town house. Weighed-down appearance and loss of wall angles due to stuck-on stone facade; Comparison with neighboring town house.
- Meant for Each Other. Cole, Regina // Old House Journal;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p52
Features the 1868 Gothic Revival house of Alan Dargis and Harriet Paine in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. Description of its exterior and interior architecture; Discussion of how the two persons met; History of the house.
- Gothic architecture and scholastic philosophy. Croddy, Stephen // British Journal of Aesthetics;Jul99, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p263
Comments on attempts to establish a feature shared by both Gothic architecture and scholastic philosophy in the book `Medieval Architecture, Medieval Learning: Builders and Masters in the Age of Romanesque and Gothic,' by Charles Radding and William Clark. Cognitive approach to construction by...
- Something Borrowed. Berry, Nancy E. // Old House Journal;Apr/May2012, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p49
The article offers information about the renovation of the 1882 Carpenter Gothic house through the efforts of architectural historian Joan Lawrence. According to Lawrence, the house was constructed as a modest summer cottage and majority of its original furnishings and elements would have been...