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  • Influenced by the work of Robert Adam, this handsome building was designed in 1775 by John Crunden, best known as the author of pattern books for those wishing to construct Palladianesque buildings.

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  • Its interiors, which have changed little since its completion in the 1760s, are one of the best examples of Robert Adam's work.

    Georgian architecture: examples from the era

  • This magnificent eighteenth-century house, remodelled for the Child family by Robert Adam and owned by the 25-year-old Earl of Jersey, stood on the western fringes of London.

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  • Even the carpet at Hill Street, designed by Robert Adam, had circular motifs calculated to reinforce the arrangement of the guests.

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  • "The Adam Brothers in Rome: Drawings from the Grand Tour" shows drawings that illustrate the impact of Mediterranean architecture on British architect Robert Adam (1728-1792) and his brother James Adam (1732-1794) during a grand tour of Italy.

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  • Greatly influenced by the Neoclassicism of Robert Adam and other English tastemakers, McIntire designed some of Salem's finest houses, among them the 1805 Gardner-Pingree House, a handsome brick mansion generally regarded as his architectural masterpiece.

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  • Chief of whom was John Stuart, third earl of Bute, who also got Sandby to immortalize his new stately home, Luton Hoo House designed by latest-rave architect Robert Adam.

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  • Mansfield Street was designed and built in 1770 by one of the most renowned architects of the time--Robert Adam--for the Duke of Portland.

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  • In the late 18th Century, an Edinburgh writer by the name of William Mackenzie acquired the Longniddry property, once home to the Earls of Winton, and commissioned distinguished architect Robert Adam to demolish what remained.

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  • Its buildings, forming the usual square around a pampered lawn, are in the classical Roman style of Robert Adam, popular at the time of George III whose statue stands haughtily atop the tunnel-like entranceway.

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