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ENGLISH HOUSE: 1000 YEARS OF DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE.

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        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages93
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The English House reviews the changes in style that can be seen in domestic architecture in England from Norman times to the present day.

Old English Domestic Architecture ; the Elizabethan Great Houses, etc. An uncom

Norman architecture [ ] : round arches are characteristic of the style In the 11th century the Normans were among Europe's leading exponents ofa style which had begun to influence English church building before 1066, but became the predominant mode in England with the huge wave of construction that followed the. In the wake of the invasion and his lords built numerous wooden to impose their control on the native population.

The building represents the growing economic and political power of the new ruling elite that was emerging — wealthy freemen who were merchants and traders. Sir was employed to replace many of the destroyed churches, but his master plan for rebuilding London as a whole was rejected. has shown them to be, as historian says, "the first substantial, permanent constructions of man and that the earliest of them are nearly 1,500 years older than the first of the pyramids of Egypt.

Guide to Old House Styles and Architecture

Norton Building Renaissance Venice: Patrons, Architects and Builders, by Richard J. Norwich 12 Logo Norwich 12 was an initiative by Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust HEART to develop 12 of 's most iconic buildings into an integrated family of attractions to act as an international showcase of English urban and cultural development over the last 1,000 years. While its ethos shared much with the Gothic revival, its preoccupations were less religious and were connected with romantic socialism and a distaste for industrialisation and urban life.

Paul's cathedral designed by Sir The in 1666 forced the reconstruction of much of the city, which was the only part of the country to see a significant amount of church-building between the Reformation and the 19th century.

The most common form of external decoration is strips thin vertical or horizontal strips of projecting stonetypically combined with. Some feature projecting chambers to the west or to the north and south, creating a cruciform plan.