The first book of architecture, by Andrea Palladio translated out of Italian: with an appendix touching doors and windows, by Pr. Le Muet architect to the French King. Translated out of French by Godfrey Richards: the whole illustrated with above seventy copper cutts. Also rules and demonstrations, with several designs for the framing of any manner of roofs, either above pitch or under pitch, whether square or bevel, never published before by that ingenious architect Mr. William Pope of London. With designs of floors, of variety of small pieces of wood inlayed, lately made in the pallace of the Queen Dowager, at Sommerset-House; a curiosity never practiced in England before by Andrea Palladio

Cover of: The first book of architecture, by Andrea Palladio translated out of Italian: with an appendix touching doors and windows, by Pr. Le Muet architect to the French King. Translated out of French by Godfrey Richards: the whole illustrated with above seventy copper cutts. Also rules and demonstrations, with several designs for the framing of any manner of roofs, either above pitch or under pitch, whether square or bevel, never published before by that ingenious architect Mr. William Pope of London. With designs of floors, of variety of small pieces of wood inlayed, lately made in the pallace of the Queen Dowager, at Sommerset-House; a curiosity never practiced in England before | Andrea Palladio

Published by printed for Tho. Braddyll, and Eben. Tracy on London-Bridge in London .

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  • Architecture -- Early works to 1800

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Other titlesDivers traictez d"architecture pour l"art de bien bastir. English
GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2051:32
ContributionsLe Muet, Pierre, 1591-1669., Richards, Godfrey
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6], 171, 173-237, [1] p., [9] folding plates
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15425054M

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