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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. By William Wrighte, architect.

  • Wrighte, William.
M.DCC.XC. [1790]
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London : printed for I. and J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library, nearly opposite Great Turnstile, Holborn, M.DCC.XC. [1790]

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14,[2]p., plates ; 8⁰.



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ESTC N17932



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