Migrating architectures: Palladio’s legacy from Calcutta to New Delhi

@article{Guerrieri2021MigratingAP,
  title={Migrating architectures: Palladio’s legacy from Calcutta to New Delhi},
  author={Pilar Maria Guerrieri},
  journal={City, Territory and Architecture},
  year={2021},
  volume={8},
  pages={1-17}
}
  • P. M. Guerrieri
  • Published 2 June 2021
  • History
  • City, Territory and Architecture
Palladianism, which originated in Italy, is a style of architecture which spread widely across the world and has been extensively studied. It is known that it migrated to the UK during the eighteenth century at the same time as it did to Germany through Georg Knobelsdorff, to Russia through the work of Charles Cameron and Giacomo Quarenghi, to the US through Thomas Jefferson between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and was adopted in Poland, Sweden, and elsewhere. Palladianism became a… 

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