MEMBERS of the Warwickshire Local History Group visited Kenilworth Castle when architectural historian
Dr Richard Morris took them on a conducted tour.
Dr Geoff Brandwood spent two years trawling Britain to produce a guide book to pubs of historical importance.
Washington University architectural historian
Philip Jacks and Vanderbilt economic historian William Caferro have blended their individual interests in the Spinelli family and their deep research into its recently opened archival remains in the Beinecke Library (Yale), to produce an integrated study of Tommaso di Lionardo Spinelli (1398-1472), his ancestors, mercantile activities, art patronage and situations in Roman and Florentine society.
Events in the Morpeth area include a talk about the town by architectural historian
and broadcaster John Grundy, entry to the Chantry Bagpipe Museum, walks taking in Rothley Castle and Carrington Castle, visits to 14th century St Mary the Virgin Church and guided tours of Morpeth Clock Tower.
When paired with architectural historian
Michael Henry Adams' work, it provides a gorgeous addition to the first survey to capture the spirit of African-Americans in their home design and decoration choices.
There is further homage to Soane in the SCR antechamber designed in 1980 with a shallow saucer dome by the distinguished architectural historian
Howard Colvin, a fellow of the college.
To obtain the necessary approvals from the city's Landmarks Commission, Home Depot had to retain an architectural historian
who uncovered evidence that in previous years the building had interior loading bays.
Anthony Vidler, an architectural historian
and critic, is dean of the Irwin S.
It has been described by an architectural historian
as "one of the finest town houses in Warwickshire.
The author of this book is an architectural historian
who has also been involved in the restoration of historic houses in Ireland.
But architectural historian
and assistant curator of the Royal Palace, Jonathan Foyle, believes that behind the facade lies a mysterious past.
But Jonathan Foyle, an architectural historian
and Assistant Curator of the Royal Palace, believes that behind the glossy faUade shown to the public lies a mysterious past.