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The Regency period (1780-1837) saw the development of what is today one of the most popular styles in architecture and design. This book examines the constituent parts of the Regency house - its architecture, doors and windows, plasterwork and ironwork, colours and coverings, furniture and gardens.
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'An outstanding work of reference and beauty.' (Interiors Magazine)
'The two [along with Adam Style] most stunning art books of the year.' (Sir Roy Strong, Sunday Express)About the Author:
Steven Parissien is the Director of Sotheby's Institute, London. He is also the author of Station to Station, Adam Style and Palladian Style, all published by Phaidon.
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Book Description The Preservation Press, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0891331727
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