2 edition of Decimus Burton, 1800-1881 found in the catalog.
Decimus Burton, 1800-1881
|Other titles||Decimus Burton exhibition.|
|Statement||by Philip Miller.|
|Contributions||Building Centre Trust.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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citing Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, London Borough of Brent, Greater London, England. Originally designed by Decimus Burton betweenthe Temperate House is a series of five Grade I Listed pavilions standing prominently on a raised earth mound, aligned on an axis with the Kew Pagoda.
It is one of a number of other Decimus Burton projects at Kew that include the Victoria Gate and the majestic Palm House. Decimus Burton () architect of Calverley New Town.
Died aged c. Decimus Burton FRS FRSA FSA FRIBA (30 September – 14 December ) was one of the foremost English architects of the 19th century.
He was a leading exponent of the Greek revival, Georgian and Regency styles. He was the son of property developer James Burton and. Decimus Burton, Esquire: Architect and Gentleman () Philip Whitbourn Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society Local History Group, - Tunbridge Wells (England) - 68 pages.
“BURTON, DECIMUS (–), architect, was the son of James Burton, a well-known and successful builder in London in the beginning of the present century.
After receiving a thorough practical training in the office of his father and in that of Mr. George Maddox, he began business as an architect on his own account, and met with early and signal success in the practice of his profession.
That 'something' turned out to be somebody: Decimus Burton. The young Burton () trained at the Royal Academy Schools and worked as an understudy to John Nash on Regents Park. Nash allowed him to do some of the designing of Cornwall and Clarence Terrace.
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Decimus Burton (–), Regency architect, was the son of James Burton, a well-known and successful builder in London in the beginning of the 19th century.
After receiving training in. Decimus Burton (30 September - 14 December ) was a prolific English architect and garden designer, particularly associated with projects in the classical style in London parks, including buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and London Zoo, and with the layout and architecture of the seaside towns of Fleetwood and St Leonards-on-Sea and of Tunbridge : K.
Decimus Burton (), who designed the Wellington Arch, was one of Britain’s most prolific architects during the 19th century. Having enjoyed the tutelage of John Nash early in his career, he embarked on a series of major design projects, including buildings at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and London Zoo.
Decimus Burton  His son, Decimus Burton became a major 19th century architect, designing buildings in and around Regent’s Park, as well as the Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Screen and the Palm and Temperate Houses at Kew.
He was responsible for the layout of London Zoo, Hyde Park and Kew Gardens and built country villas in both. Decimus Burton: | | | |Decimus Burton| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
BURTON, DECIMUS (–), architect, was the son of James Burton, a well-known and successful builder in London in the beginning of the present century. After receiving a thorough practical training in the office of his father and in that of Mr. George Maddox, he began business as an architect on his own account, and met with early and.Hastings Museum holds an extensive collection of over architectural drawings, portraits and items of memorabilia relating to James and Decimus Burton.
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