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Pevsner

(ˈpɛvznə)
n
1. (Biography) Antoine (ɑ̃twan). 1886–1962, French constructivist sculptor and painter, born in Russia; brother of Naum Gabo
2. (Biography) Sir Nikolaus (ˈnɪkəlaʊs). 1902–83, British architectural historian, born in Germany: his series Buildings of England (1951–74) describes every structure of account in the country
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Described by celebrated architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as "unsurpassed by any other building erected for the same purpose in the kingdom," in his 1960 book Buildings of Leicestershire and Rutland, this former chapel was restored and modernised at the end of the last century after falling into disrepair.
M&A London partner Matt Rees led the Proskauer team, with support from partners Faisal Ramzan (Private Credit), Dan Ornstein (Labor) and Stephen Pevsner (Tax), special counsel Claudia Mercer (Antitrust), and associates Harpreet Kaur, Lauren Bretton, Daniel St.
Its 2016-2017 lecture programme will end in true architectural style with a talk from architectural historian Joseph Sharples, called The Pevsner Project and the Buildings of Huddersfield.
The Buildings Of England: Warwickshire, originally by Nikolaus Pevsner, has been revised by Chris Pickford and reissued with both names on the cover.
To read Nicholas Pevsner's Penguin Guide of the early fifties is to read of a city of great potential, essentially dying of neglect.
And it is a chance to own a bit of history in what the famous architect Nikolaus Pevsner once said was one of the most interesting houses in the county.
And - as a site which has evolved, in one way or another, for 900 years - it is a chance to own a bit of history in what the famous architect Nikolaus Pevsner once said was one of the most interesting houses in the county.
Completed in 1900, it is listed in Pevsner's architectural guide as "one of the most important monuments of the Arts and Crafts Free Style in the country."
Between 1945 and 1977, the great historian of art and architecture, Nikolaus Pevsner, gave well over 100 broadcast talks, mostly for the BBC.
The Buildings of Wales: Powys (Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire and Breconshire) is the final volume in the series, making Wales the first nation to be covered in full by the prestigious Pevsner Architectural Guides.
gs of Cardiff Civic described by Pevsner in ly 20th century as 'the ivic centre in the British Const which r to Card ago as 1 truction of the canal, ran from Merthyr Tydfil diff Docks, started as long 1790, and the 25 miles canal was fully opened by 1794.
The world-famous Pevsner Guide, written by Andy Foster, devotes an entire chapter to singing its praises.