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1660–1689: Sunset of the Stuarts – From Castellation to Classicism

Miles Glendinning

Miles Glendinning is Professor of Architectural Conservation at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Aonghus MacKechnie

Aonghus MacKechnie is an architectural historian and Head of Heritage Management at Historic Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Scotch Baronial : Architecture and National Identity in Scotland

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

Book chapter

...Certain of our palaces and castles in our kingdom of Scotland, which lately by the injuries of a calamitous time are altogether fallen down, or become unfit for dwelling in, should be built and restored, particularly our Royal Palace...

Spinoza’s geometric and ecological ratios

The Politics of Parametricism : Digital Technologies in Architecture

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...This chapter questions the relationship between the latest evolution of digital architecture, parametricism, and the claim that these computationally driven design methods also establish new environmental conceptualizations...

The Lord Mayor’s Banquet

Peter Blundell Jones

Peter Blundell Jones is Professor of Architecture at the University of Sheffield, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Architecture And Ritual : How Buildings Shape Society

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Book chapter

...Lord Mayor’s Banquet in the Guildhall in 1914 (colour print of a painting, artist unknown, from a magazine c. 1925, found in a collection of cuttings, author’s photograph). Just as Black Rod’s procession marks the annual...

‘The art of Shaddowes’

Stephen Kite

Stephen Kite is Professor of Architecture at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, UK. His previous publications include Building Ruskin’s Italy: Watching Architecture (2012), Adrian Stokes: An Architectonic Eye (2009), and An Architecture of Invitation: Colin St John Wilson (2005, co-authored with Sarah Menin). He is an Editor of the journal Architectural Research Quarterly. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shadow-Makers : A Cultural History of Shadows in Architecture

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book chapter

...‘Baroque’ only emerges as a term in art criticism in the 1750s, to label something regarded as strange or weird.On the etymology and history of the term ‘baroque’, see Helen Hills, ‘The Baroque: The Grit in the Oyster of Art History...

Taking Steps: Nicolaes Maes’ The Eavesdropper

David Leatherbarrow

David Leatherbarrow is Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught architectural design, history, and theory since 1984. He lectures widely and holds guest professorships in Denmark and China. His previous publishing includes 20th Century Architecture, Architecture Oriented Otherwise, Topographical Stories, Surface Architecture (with Mohsen Mostafavi), Uncommon Ground, Roots of Architectural Invention, and On Weathering: The Life of Buildings in Time. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Building Time : Architecture, Event, and Experience

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2021

Book chapter

...It might very well be thought that… architecture works for the eye alone, but it ought primarily… to work for the sense of movement in the human body. When, in dancing, we move according to certain rules, we feel a pleasant sensation...

1689–1750: The Architecture of Dynastic Struggle

Miles Glendinning

Miles Glendinning is Professor of Architectural Conservation at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Aonghus MacKechnie

Aonghus MacKechnie is an architectural historian and Head of Heritage Management at Historic Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Scotch Baronial : Architecture and National Identity in Scotland

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

Book chapter

...I am bound in duty to informe that unless some serious settled measure be laide doune for keeping Her Ma[jes]t[y’]s palace Castles and forths in repaire they’l infallibly go all to ruine.NRS GD124/15/471.NRS GD124/15/471.When I make any...