Adam style


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Adam style

(1728–1792)
An architectural style based on the work of Robert Adam and his brothers, predominantly in England and strongly influential in the United States and elsewhere. It is characterized by a clarity of form, use of color, subtle detailing, and unified schemes of interior design. Basically Neoclassical, it adopted Neo-Gothic, Egyptian, and Etruscan motifs.

Adam style

An architectural style based on the work of Robert Adam (1728–1792) and his brothers, predominant in England in the late 18th century and strongly influential in the US, Russia, and elsewhere. It is characterized by clarity of form, use of color, subtle detailing, and unified schemes of interior design. Basically Neoclassical, it also adapted Neo-Gothic, Egyptian, and Etruscan motifs.
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gallery of go pictures Broomhill has such a rich heritage examiner./nostalgia BROOMHILL, High Flatts, now the home of Mr David Brown junior, was built in the Adam style of the Georgian period by the Dickinson family.
The contemporary lounge/diner has feature Adam style fireplace housing solid fuel burner and door leading out to the garden.
It has a hallway with stairs, a spacious lounge/dining room with Adam style fireplace and coal effect living flame gas fire, a sitting room/playroom, a fitted kitchen with electric oven and gas hob, and a conservatory with wash basin and access to the garden.
Prices start at PS760,000 for the five-bed Adam style. When completed, the development will also include a collection of eight mews homes.
A decorative Adam style ?replace with marble hearth and surround, ceiling coving makes a distinguished-looking central feature.
There is both stair and lift access to the first floor and the apartment itself has a private entrance hall and a large lounge with Adam style fireplace and archway through to the dining area.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall, front lounge with feature fireplace, sitting room with Adam style fireplace and a sun room with French doors to the gardens.
The Boroughbridge has a lounge with Adam style fire surround, a kitchen-dining room with fitted oven, hob and extractor hood.
In domestic design he introduced the Adam style to New England and planned for the first time in America a row of houses of coherent design.
The first of the reception rooms is the formal sitting room with a prettily tiled Adam style open fireplace, bay window with shutters and alcove shelves.
Also on the ground floor is a spacious lounge with two sash windows featuring shutters, a beamed ceiling, Adam style fireplace and maple wood stripped floor.
All drawing rooms have Adam style fireplaces as standard, with the option of alternative fireplace designs for buyers reserving at an early stage of building.