Six Church Architects
Hardback 240pp Illustrated 238x158mm
9781904965343   Product Code: 19059
By the late Victorian era, Gothic was universally recognised as the only appropriate idiom for church building, having emerged triumphant from the 'battle of styles' thanks to the passionate convictions of architects such as those profiled here. In six illustrated essays, architectural historians discuss the contributions to the Gothic Revivial of the late-Georgian pioneer John Carter, Thomas Rickman, Thomas Taylor, the great church architects RC Carpenter and George Street and JT Micklethwaite.