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Robert Adam (1728)

One of the greatest architects of the late 18th century, Adam was a Scottish architect and designer whose work influenced the development of Western architecture both in Europe and North America. Along with his brother James, he developed the Adam style, an essentially decorative style of architecture that is most remembered for its application in interiors and is characterized by contrasting room shapes and delicate Classical ornaments. What are some of Adam's most famous projects? More...
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It was easier to become great architect, after Piranesi as a teacher.
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One of Adam's masterpieces: Pulteney Bridge, Bath

Beautiful! Happy Birthday Robert Adams! Applause

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NeuroticHellFem wrote:

One of Adam's masterpieces: Pulteney Bridge, Bath

Beautiful! Happy Birthday Robert Adams! Applause


Applause Applause Applause
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The designs for the church in Charlotte Square in Edinburgh were prepared by Adam during his final year of life, but possess as much movement as designs dating from the start of his independent career.

http://www.scran.ac.uk/ada/documents/general/movement/movement.htm
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His work was rather "flowery" but then, that was the excepted style then...
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