Architectural Heritage: Scottish Architects Abroad v. 2 : Scottish Architects Abroad
This volume explores the travels and employment of Scottish architects abroad - from the Americas to the Far East - between the 16th and 19th centuries. It describes how these architects discovered various artistic experiences which subsequently influenced architectural form in Scotland.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 181.1 x 256.5 x 14.5mm | 497.65g
- 01 Sep 1991
- EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Scottish architects in the Far East 1840-1870, Hideo Izumida; James Smith and James Gibbs - seminarians and architects, Alasdair Roberts; "the fittest place in Europe for our profession" - George Richardson in Rome, Iain Gordon Brown; Scots architects in Philadelphia in the 17th-18th centuries, Charles E.Peterson; William Hay and George Henderson in Canada, David Walker; the houses of Scots sugar planters in Jamaica, Sophie Drinkall; Scots architects in Northern Ireland, P.Lamour; Sir James Hamilton of Fynart, Charles McKean; James Byres in Rome, Harry Gordon Slade; James Soutton in Scandinavia, Anna um Ajkay; William Playfair in Northern Ireland, Ian Gow; Scots architects in the USSR, Dmitry Shvidovsky.