Published December 1989
by Irish Architectural Archive .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison by Ann Martha Rowan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Dublin: The Irish Architectural Archive, Softcover. Black & illus. wraps, pp., BW illus. VG- Some scuffs to covers, some edge wear, page edges are tanning lightly, text and illus. are clean.. Item # ISBN: The architectural careers of Richard and William Vitruvius Morrison span more than half a century -- from until the late s -- when Ireland. Architecture of Richard Morrison () and William Vitruvius Morrison (). Dublin: Irish Architectural Archive, (OCoLC) Named Person: Richard Morrison; William Vitruvius Morrison; William Vitruvius Morrison; Richard Morrison; William Vitruvius Morrison: Material Type: Government publication, National government. Architect: William Vitruvius Morrison Constructed on the site of an earlier house, Templemore Abbey was a vast neo-Gothic mansion designed by one of the masters of the genre in Ireland, William Vit Templemore Abbey, Co. Tipperary - burned in Templemore Abbey Co 58 pins.
The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison (IAA, ), which should be consulted for full references and details. All information in this entry not otherwise attributed is from John Morrison, 'Life of the late William Vitruvius Morrison' in John Weale, ed., Quarterly Papers on Architecture I (), Buy The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison by Ann Martha Rowan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low . William Vitruvius Morrison was born at Clonmel, County Tipperary, second son of Sir Richard Morrison (). Sir Richard headed a successful private architectural practice, with William joining in In he made an extensive tour of Europe, including visits to Rome and Paris. He employed the father and son team of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison as architects to rebuild the house, which is widely acknowledged as one of the most important examples of nineteenth-century neo-classical architecture in Ireland and is famed for its elaborate interior design.
The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison (IAA, ), which should be consulted for full references and details and for a reproduction of the lost portrait of Morrison which was formerly in the RIAI. In De architectura (c BC), Vitruvius discusses in ten encyclopedic chapters aspects of Roman architecture, engineering and city planning. Vitruvius also included a section on human proportions. Because it is the only antique treatise on architecture to have survived, De architectura has been an invaluable source of information for scholars/5(). In he published Useful and Ornamental Designs in Architecture. Works. Morrison designed a number of works with his son, William Vitruvius Morrison, including: Baronscourt, near Newtownstewart in County Tyrone (from ); Kilruddery House, near Bray in County Wicklow; Ballyfin, just north of Mountrath in County Laois; and Fota, near Cork in County Cork. The Architecture of Richard Morrison () and William Vitruvius Morrison () Rowan, Ann Martha Published by Irish Architectural Archive ().