Greek Thomson : Neo-classical Architectural Theory, Buildings and Interiors
Written by a team of architectural commentators and historians this book covers the full range of Alexander "Greek" Thomson's architectural talents. He emerges as a great architect and a man of intellect whose theory and practice synthesized the best thought of his time in architectural history, aesthetic philosophy and theology. Fresh theoretical insights are given on Thomson's ventures into urban planning, facade design and interiors, while colour illustrations complete the picture of this Victorian architect.
- Hardback | 336 pages
- 190 x 258.1 x 25.1mm | 916.27g
- 01 Oct 1995
- EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- 8pp colour illustrations, 152 b/w illustrations