Architecture, Domestic -- England -- Designs and plans -- Early works to 1800
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- The Temple Builder's Most Useful Companion, Being Fifty Entire New Original Designs for Pleasure and Recreation: Consisting of Plans, Elevations, and Sections, in the Greek, Roman, and Gothic Taste, Calculated for the Ornamenting of Parks, Forests, Woods, Gardens, Canals, Eminences, Extensive Views, Mounts, Vistos, Islands, &c.; Together with a Full Explanation, in Letter Press, to Each Design, and Exact Scales for Measurement (London: Printed for I. Taylor, 1774), by Thomas Collins Overton, illust. by Isaac Taylor
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Filed under: Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plans -- Early works to 1800
- Grotesque Architecture, Or, Rural Amusement: Consisting of Plans, Elevations, and Sections, for Huts, Retreats, Summer and Winter Hermitages, Terminaries, Chinese, Gothic, and Natural Grottos, Cascades, Baths, Mosques, Moresque Pavilions, Grotesque and Rustic Seats, Green-houses, &c., Many of Which May Be Executed with Flints, Irregular Stones, Rude Branches, and Roots of Trees; The Whole Containing Twenty-eight New Designs, with Scales to Each: To Which is Added, an Explanation, with the Method of Executing Them (London: Printed for I. and J. Taylor, 1790), by William Wrighte