Buildings of Virginia: Tidewater and Piedmont (Buildings of the United States) (Vol 1) ebook
by Richard Guy Wilson
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Generously illustrated with photographs and maps, the volume is divided into sections covering each of the state's.
Generously illustrated with photographs and maps, the volume is divided into sections covering each of the state's main regions.
Richard Guy Wilson (born 1940) is a noted architectural historian and Commonwealth Professor in Architectural History at the University of Virginia. Wilson was born and raised in Los Angeles (residing in a house designed by Rudolph Schindler). at the University of Colorado in 1963, and his . at the University of Michigan in 1968 and 1972 respectively. Wilson taught at Michigan and Iowa State University before moving to the University of Virginia in 1976.
Wilson, Richard Guy, e. Buildings of Virginia: Tidewater and Piedmont. Municipal, state, private and business collections provide a picture of the varied building activity in Virginia. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. NA730 V8 B85 2002 This book is part of a series on American architecture commissioned by the Society of Architectural Historians.
Architectural historian Richard Guy Wilson characterized the style of "Moderne" by the eclectic coexistence of "traditionalism and . Wilson, Richard Guy (2002). Oxford University Press.
Architectural historian Richard Guy Wilson characterized the style of "Moderne" by the eclectic coexistence of "traditionalism and modernism" . p. 519. ^ "National Register Information System".
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They are all part of a new guidebook: Buildings of Virginia: Tidewater and .
They are all part of a new guidebook: Buildings of Virginia: Tidewater and Piedmont. Structures both famous and obscure can be found on its pages. Then, at the time of the United States bicentennial in 1976, the British architectural historian, Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, challenged the society to do for the United States what he had done for Britain. Pevner's project was The Buildings of England, fifty volumes published from 1951 to 1974. Although The Buildings of England provided a model, the American version is as different from the English as American architecture is from English, Stillman says.
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