An Introduction to the Architecture of the Italian Renaissance By Classical Architect and Artist @FTerryArchitect #RIBA #Architecture #Education #ilmaBlogPosted: August 17, 2018
Earlier this year UK-based Francis Terry MA (Cantab), Dip Arch, RIBA Director, gave his office a wonderful presentation I would like to share with my audience:
Francis is part of a new generation of classical architects who have recently gained a reputation for designing high quality works of architecture. Francis’s pursuit of architecture grew out of his passion for drawing and his love of historic buildings. He studied architecture at Cambridge University qualifying in 1994. While at Cambridge, he used his architectural skills to design numerous stage sets for various dramatic societies including The Footlights, The Cambridge Opera Society and The European Theatre Group.
Terry along with his colleague also talk about classical architecture in modern times at a recent TEDx Talk:
More Information available by clicking here. Not only does his website display great examples of classical architecture but he has a great blog with interesting writings and videos.
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