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This article briefly explores the historical background of this architecturally significant mansion house designed by William Adam for William Duff in 1734, prior to it being taken into State care in 1956. Works carried out after 1956 are also mentioned but the main aim of the article is to...
It is increasingly apparent that the notion of 'British Architecture' has only periodic application to Scotland. The re-evaluation of the built culture of Scotland which is now underway 1 began, at least in Renaissance studies, with the RIAS Edinburgh Festival exhibition on Scottish Renaissance...
This paper will examine certain types ofarchitecture prevalent today which appear to obscure, displace or devalue meaning; explore the extent to which such architecture pervades the interstices ofour daily lives; and will propose an operational programme aimed at restoring to architecture its...
Inigo Jones and John Wood are frequently described as disciples of Palladio. This article analyses the complex mythology which lay behind their Palladian style.
In memory of Kitty Michaelson.
One of the problems with Scots Baronial architecture was that, having created a suitable external aspect for a house, there was no obvious way in which architects or designers could treat the interior. The requirement to be, on the one hand, consistent with the exterior and, on the other,...
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