Representative Elements And Architectural Forms Of Georgian Architecture In Case Of Buxton
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5. Discuss the representative elements and architectural forms of Georgian architecture in case of Buxton.
Georgian Architecture happened mainly developed during what is called the ‘Georgian Period’. Georgian Period span during the reign of several King of Great Britain and Ireland during 1714 to 1830. The changes of the architecture were more obvious during the reign of George III, where people start to believe that landscape and nature has aesthetic parts as well.
Rulers of Great Britain and Ireland that reigned during the Georgian Period. Sourced from Georgian Architecture by James Stevens Curl, 1993. The name ‘Georgian’ Architecture is derived from the names of these consecutive rulers.
During the Georgian Period, there is this so called Georgian style, which applied to structures of buildings, bridges, churches and even prisons with Georgian style. One example of a famous Georgian Church was the St. Mary-le-Strand which was built by the famous architect, James Gibbs. It was said that St. Mary-le-Strand was a Georgian church designed between the mixed style of Baroque and Roman that was built in the early-Georgian period.
What normally people refer to ‘Georgian Architecture’ is used to explain a simple brick house with white pointed sash windows and most of the times have a fanlight on top of the door, while most Georgian style inns and hotels normally would be huge in size, have a bulky appearance with huge bow and