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" An architect should exhibit his skill by turning the difficulties which occur in raising an elevation from a convenient plan into so many picturesque beauties; and this constitutes the great difference between the principles of classic and pointed domestic... "
Remarks on Secular & Domestic Architecture, Present & Future - Página 118
por Sir George Gilbert Scott - 1857 - 285 páginas
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The True Principles of Pointed Or Christian Architecture: Set Forth in Two ...

Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin - 1841 - 67 páginas
...ups and downs, about it as possible. The picturesque effect of the ancient buildings results from the ingenious methods by which the old builders overcame...former he would be compelled to devise expedients to conceal these irregularities; in the latter he has only to beautify them. But I am quite assured that...
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Recollections of A.N. Welby Pugin and His Father, Augustus Pugin: With ...

Benjamin Ferrey - 1861 - 473 páginas
...possible. The picturesque effect of the ancient buildings, results from ingenious methods by which tlie old builders overcame local and constructive difficulties....great difference between the principles of classic and domestic architecture. In the former he would be compelled to devise expedients to cover these irregularities...
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True Principles

Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin - 2003 - 118 páginas
...ups and downs, about it as possible. The picturesque effect of the ancient buildings results from the ingenious methods by which the old builders overcame...former he would be compelled to devise expedients to conceal these irregularities; in the latter he has only to beautify them. But I am quite assured that...
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Mackintosh's Masterwork: The Glasgow School of Art

William Buchanan, Charles Rennie Mackintosh - 2004 - 198 páginas
...expounded by Pugin are also demonstrated in Mackintosh's work. a child of his own time to require that, 'An architect should exhibit his skill by turning...elevation from a convenient plan into so many picturesque beauties.'10 From Ruskin, Mackintosh would have learnt: 'Never encourage imitation or copying of any...
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