3 edition of The British architect, or, The builder"s treasury of staircases found in the catalog.
The British architect, or, The builder"s treasury of staircases
Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1973. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (American architectural books. Supplement based on the Helen Park list ; reel 12, no. 79).
|Other titles||Builder"s treasury of staircases., British architect.|
|Statement||by Abraham Swan.|
|Series||American architectural books., reel 12, no. 79.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 69000 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 16 p., 60 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||83226998|
Published in Philadelphia in , the work was “a handsome reprint of Abraham Swan’s The British Architect, first published in London in Its designs are for public buildings or dwelling houses conceived in the grand manner” (Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society). The title-page identifies Abraham Swan as an architect, though he had been called a carpenter in the first . Staircases can reveal much about the individual architect's approach to design, construction and building materials. Despite the ever-widening range of ready-made components on the market, an expertly made staircase aptly fitting the building is still a hallmark of good architecture. In this volume, the current state of technology in stair construction is reviewed, providing a comprehensive.
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A grand staircase was the pièce de résistance in many historic buildings, from Michelangelo’s sensual take within the Laurentian Library in Florence, Italy, to San Francisco’s City Hall, a backdrop for thousands of weddings.“There was a time when the staircase was a sculptural event as you entered and exited a building,” says David Burney, FAIA, former commissioner of the New York. It emulated classical Greek architecture – a style which had become increasingly popular since the s when western Europeans 'rediscovered' ancient Greece. The building was completed in , using the latest technology: concrete floors, a cast-iron frame filled in with London stock brick, and Portland stone on the front layer of the building.
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Publication date Topics. London: Robert Sayer. Folio, unpaginated. Half-bound in green-cloth and leather. Rebound. Mild rubbing and abrasions to leather; small area of cloth has peeled up from rear board.
Pencil notation to verso of front free end paper. Inscription in ink to head of Introduction. Title page has been remargined, though large portion is missing at : Abraham Swan.
The British architect; or, the builder's treasury of staircases Written and designed by Abraham Swan British. Swan's British Architect was first published in and went through four English editions beforewhen an American edition was published in Philadelphia. Its designs for homes for the professional and middle classes in England were well suited to the needs of the colonial.
The British Architect; or, the Builder's Treasury of Staircases Written and designed by Abraham Swan British On December 5,John Norman, an engraver recently arrived in Philadelphia from London, advertised Proposals for Printing by Subscription, the American edition of Swan's British Architect.
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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by. The Builder’s Treasury of Stair-cases.
Book Description First edition, folio, viii, 20 pp. 60 plates, including 5 half page plates with captions concerning the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite orders, contemporary and later signatures to fly leaf, armorial bookplate to the top of the paste down.
The British architect: or, The builder's treasury of staircases. Containing, I. An easier, more intelligible, and expeditious method of drawing the five orders, than has hiterto been published Author: Abraham. Swan. The British architect: or, The builder's treasury of staircases. Containing, I.
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