Posts Tagged: Loudon

The Act of Publicity, n.

There are also evils to be shunned jobbing, secresy, and precipitancy. The two latter almost include the first; for if due deliberation be had, and publicity be given, there is little chance of a job going undetected. The Spectator, 25 October

The Act of Publicity, n.

There are also evils to be shunned jobbing, secresy, and precipitancy. The two latter almost include the first; for if due deliberation be had, and publicity be given, there is little chance of a job going undetected. The Spectator, 25 October

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,

Architecture in the Public Eye: The Workshop

   As part of the First International Symposium of the Printed and the Built, we organized a workshop on the press coverage of the competition for the Houses of Parliament in London between 1835 and 1836. Given to read a

Architecture in the Public Eye: The Workshop

   As part of the First International Symposium of the Printed and the Built, we organized a workshop on the press coverage of the competition for the Houses of Parliament in London between 1835 and 1836. Given to read a

Loudon’s Architectural Magazine and Public Debate

The Architectural Magazine, and Journal of Improvement in Architecture, Building, and Furnishing, and in the Various Arts and Trades Connected Therewith was first published by John Claudius Loudon in March 1834. As its frontispiece tells us, Loudon was also the

Loudon’s Architectural Magazine and Public Debate

The Architectural Magazine, and Journal of Improvement in Architecture, Building, and Furnishing, and in the Various Arts and Trades Connected Therewith was first published by John Claudius Loudon in March 1834. As its frontispiece tells us, Loudon was also the