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Tudoresque

Andrew Ballantyne

Tudoresque

in pursuit of the ideal home

by Andrew Ballantyne

  • 193 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Reaktion Books in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Domestic Architecture,
  • Tudor style,
  • History,
  • Decoration and ornament,
  • Tudor Architecture

  • About the Edition

    This is a perceptive, knowledgeable history of Tudor-style architecture, recognized around the world as a symbol of British identity. The book also explores the origin of the style in the 18th century, and traces its manifestations through the 19th and 20th centuries to the present day.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndrew Ballantyne & Andrew Law
    ContributionsLaw, Andrew
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA7328 .B225 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination286 p. :
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25179781M
    ISBN 101861898118
    ISBN 109781861898111
    LC Control Number2011507401
    OCLC/WorldCa670480446

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To fill this gap is Tudoresque, an insightful book that explores the origin of the style, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century. It looks at the Tudoresque cottage style, which later influenced s architecture, and the Tudor-style manor house, particularly favored in the nineteenth by: 4.

Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home by Andrew Ballantyne () Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 5 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(3). Tudoresque is an insightful book that explores the origin of the Tudoresque book, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century.

It looks at the Tudoresque cottage style, which later influenced s architecture, and the Tudor-style manor house, particularly favoured in the nineteenth century. To fill this gap is Tudoresque, an insightful book that explores the origin of the style, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century.

It looks at the Tudoresque cottage style, which later influenced s architecture, and the Tudor-style manor house, particularly favored in the nineteenth : Reaktion Books. Tudoresque is an insightful book that explores the origin of the style, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century.

It looks at the Tudoresque cottage style, which later influenced s architecture, and the Tudor-style manor house, particularly favoured in the nineteenth century/5(2). To fill this gap is Tudoresque, an insightful book that explores the origin of the style, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century.

It looks at the Tudoresque cottage style, which later influenced s architecture, and the Tudor-style manor house, particularly favored in the nineteenth century. Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home is an insightful book that explores the origin of the style more thoroughly than ever before, tracing its roots to the antiquarian enthusiasms of the eighteenth century.

For the first time in decades, here, in a single volume, is a fresh look at the fabled Tudor dynasty, comprising some of the most enigmatic figures ever to rule a country. Acclaimed historian G.

Meyer reveals the flesh-and-bone reality in all its wild excess.4/5(). Book 8. The Other Queen. by Philippa Gregory. Ratings Reviews published 2 editions. Two women competing for a man's heart. This book extends the concept of British vernacular architecture beyond its traditional base of pre-modern domestic and industrial architecture to embrace other buildings such as places of worship.

Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home. Tudoresque definition is - of, relating to, or resembling the style of the Tudor period. Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home Andrew Ballantyne and Andrew LawReaktion Books, pp, £25I grew up in a s house with fake beams and leaded lights (which were also, handily, double-glazed).

I remember being asked about a new paint colour for the metal up-and-over garage doors and voting firmly for a pale blue that I thought looked delightfully cottagey. Later, three new houses. Tudoresque “This book has an unexpected and invaluable practical use as I discovered this week.

It has actually helped to save a fine Tudoresque pub called The White Bear which stands in a conservation area in Hendon, London. This is a perceptive, knowledgeable history of Tudor-style architecture, recognized around the world as a symbol of British identity.

The book also explores the origin of the style in the 18th century, and traces its manifestations through the 19th and 20th centuries to the present day. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews.

Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home Alli Sharma: What brought you together to write the book. Andrew Ballentyne: My background is in architectural history and we set up this project wanting to look at what we now call Tudoresque architecture, noticing that it is the most built style of architecture of the 20th century, but architects.

The British, or perhaps more accurately the English, have had a longstanding love affair with the Tudor period. This is manifest across a range of visual and ma. Andrew Ballantyne has been the Chairman of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain and has written extensively on architectural history and theory, including Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home (), and the bestselling Architecture: A Very Short Introduction ().

Teaneck lies in a green and pleasant residential land of Tudoresque brick and New York commuters. Before it was overwhelmingly white; its inhabitants scarcely anticipated that their prosperous community would be the first in the nation to vote for integrated schools.

Gabled tudoresque. Inthe Court of Chancery agreed to fund the rebuilding of the school according to plans by the Sleaford architect and builder Charles Kirk, who constructed it at a cost £1, 15s.

The building is in the Tudor Gothic style and built in Ashlar stone with slate roofs. Including houses designed by luminaries George Washington Smith, Stanford White, Greene & Greene, and Reginald Johnson, this book will fascinate both the architecture aficionado and interior design enthusiasts, as well as the everyday lover of homes.

Christmas books: 4 The fourth of my Christmas handful of books actually came out last year, but it struck me as so relevant to the concerns of the English Buildings blog that it easily earned its place here. It is about what for many is the quintessential English building style: Tudoresque.

The resulting book, published by Yale, in bronze covers, with a plethora of rare archival photographs, and a foreword by Barry Bergdoll, is in turn a narrative of the building of an icon, a revelation of the intricate aesthetic and political forces behind the scenes, a study in depth of New York’s zoning laws at mid-century and of the social importance of the Seagram plaza, a review of the.