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Jonathan Kennedy 7h
The Chapel in Trinity College, 1787-1798, by Graham Myers. . , . . @trinitycollegedublin
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EricJSmitharchitect Sep 18
The official press release for "Renewing Tradition: The Architecture of Eric J. Smith"
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NazirunMaMa🇳🇬 Sep 18
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EricJSmitharchitect Sep 17
When you think of marble statues, what comes to mind? via
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R. Moulding & Co. Sep 16
This week’s theme is hallways! We take a look at some of our favourite past projects and their stunning entrance halls.
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Classical Scroll 21h
‘Roman Ruins, Villa Pamfili’ by French artist Hubert Robert, 1774 The artist created this work from his imagination juxtaposing ruins of a Roman temple with Italian life as he observed it.
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EricJSmitharchitect Sep 11
Urban Sketching: Old New York, a continuing education course from ; Sat., Sept. 28.
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Alexander Pols Sep 15
Venetian sceneries in the Trg Republike (Prokurative 1863) & The old Town Hall (Municipio 1443)
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EricJSmitharchitect Sep 11
Join us Tue., Sep. 24th at NYC for a conversation and book signing!
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Ascot Design Sep 17
A magnificent mansion constructed in French limestone under a slate roof, with a central portico and pediment, architecturally enhanced with stone detailing. - -
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Alex Bean Sep 11
One of the more incongruous structures in downtown Chicago. @ The Murphy
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R. Moulding & Co. Sep 12
We revisited this country house that we built a few years ago in local Greensand stone. It’s wonderful to see how it has settled into the landscape.. .
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Samir Nazirov Sep 14
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Alexander Pols Sep 15
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Jack Scott. I am Nobilis 22h
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Chadsworth Columns 22h
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Kari Wuotila Sep 13
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Robert Mundt Sep 12
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