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Hawksmoor

(ˈhɔːksˌmɔː)
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(Biography) Nicholas. 1661–1736, English architect. His designs include All Souls', Oxford, and a number of London churches, notably St Anne's, Limehouse
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A gunpowder works which has been hit by flooding, a medieval timber-framed building hit by a lorry and a church designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor are also now considered to be under threat.
Mr Jones, who with wife Biba Dow, 45, is a partner in London-based firm Dow Jones Architects Ltd, transformed the dilapidated 1729 crypt designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor into a cafe, gallery, function space and parish lounge.
Mr Jones, who with his wife Biba Dow, 45, is a partner in Londonbased firm Dow Jones Architects Ltd, transformed the dilapidated 1729 crypt designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor into a cafe, gallery, function space and parish lounge.
Nicholas Hawksmoor was censured for this extraordinary design.
Scrubs actor Zach Braff discusses his self-penned play All New People, Alastair Sooke explores the life of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, and Charlie Luxton examines the churches designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor.
In historical terms, Stirling stood in that British lineage of plastic imagination and invention that began with Robert Smythson in the 16th century and extended through Nicholas Hawksmoor, John Vanbrugh, John Soane and Philip Webb to Edwin Lutyens in the 20th century.
As detective Nicholas Hawksmoor follows the traces and reads Dyer's secret diary, he begins to understand the significance of the occult scheme of the "loci delicti" and focuses his attention on finding the mysterious vagrant who calls himself the Architect.
Nicholas Hawksmoor, like his teacher Christopher Wren, was an architect who revered the ancient world, learned from it, and spoke its language.
Berwick Barracks Among the first purpose-built barracks in England when they were constructed back in 1717 to the design of the distinguished architect Nicholas Hawksmoor.
Following his reasoning, Ackroyd, in order to defamiliarize the present, shatters our current expectations towards the familiar reality of London, making use of the seven emblematic local churches designed and built by Nicholas Hawksmoor, the eighteenth-century architect, Sinclair was so much fascinated with.
Inside are some of the grandest interiors in England, with paintings by artists including Reynolds, exquisite furniture and ceilings designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor.
On 11 October 1711, the commissioners of the project--Wren, John Vanbrugh, and Thomas Archer--appointed Nicholas Hawksmoor and William Dickinson as surveyors.