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John Soane and the Bank of England By Eva Schumann-Bacia 1991

£84.99

Product description

John Soane was perhaps the greatest English architect of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and certainly one of the most eccentric. His masterpiece was the Bank of England in London. Since its completion in 1833 the building has been reconstructed, leaving only the original facades.;This book, by reproducing original plans and elevation, aims to conjure up the long-gone rooms, courts and halls of Soane's design. The text places his work in the context of the architectural and cultural history of the City of London at a time when it was the metropolis at the heart of the Industrial Revolution.;The book is designed for historians, art and architectural historians and architects.

book is is nearly new condition. only very slight wear to dust cover.

Item details

Author(s):
Eva Schumann-bacia
Condition:
As new
Edition:
second
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1854540564
ISBN-13:
9781854540560
Number of pages:
203
Publisher:
Longman
Title:
John Soane and the Bank of England

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John Soane was perhaps the greatest English architect of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and certainly one of the most eccentric. His masterpiece was the Bank of England in London. Since its completion in 1833 the building has been reconstructed, leaving only the original facades.;This book, by reproducing original plans and elevation, aims to conjure up the long-gone rooms, courts and halls of Soane's design. The text places his work in the context of the architectural and cultural history of the City of London at a time when it was the metropolis at the heart of the Industrial Revolution.;The book is designed for historians, art and architectural historians and architects.

book is is nearly new condition. only very slight wear to dust cover.

Author(s):
Eva Schumann-bacia
Condition:
As new
Edition:
second
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1854540564
ISBN-13:
9781854540560
Number of pages:
203
Publisher:
Longman
Title:
John Soane and the Bank of England

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