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10EnglArchWrenChurches - the Fire of 1666 Robert Hooke’s...

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Read Summerson text, Chapters 13, 15, 16 (up to “Country Houses”); re-read end of Chapter 12.
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Plans for Rebuilding London after the Fire Proclamation of 13 September 1666 = surveyors Robert Hooke, Edward Jerman, Peter Mills; CW, Hugh May, Roger Pratt (+ John Evelyn) Plans submitted by Hooke, Capt. Valentine Knight, Evelyn, Wren
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Ideal cities, 15th century, Filarete’s “Sforzinda”; Piazza SS. Annunziata in Florence and central piazza in Livorno under duke Ferdinando de Medici, both 1580s; Place Royale and Place Dauphine in Paris under Henry IV, both c. 1610
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Roman urbanism in 17th Century: Piazza San Pietro, 1656; Piazza Santa Maria dell Pace, 1656; Piazza del Popolo, 1662
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Gardens by Andre Le Notre at Vaux-le-Vicomte and Versailles 1650s-60s
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Captain Valentine Knight’s Plan for London after
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Unformatted text preview: the Fire of 1666 Robert Hooke’s Plan for London Evelyn’s Plan for London Plan of Washington, D.C., 1791 Charles Pierre L’Enfant St. Bride Fleet Street St. Katherine Cree, London, (“cree” = Christ Church), 12th cent., 1504, 1631 (lierne vaults, rose window, lancet windows), parish churches St. Mary-le-Virgin, Oxford, 1637 St. Lawrence Jewry, 12th cent., 1670, in Jewish neighborhood of London (Old Jewry), chantries St. Mary-le-Bow, 1670 St. Mary le Bow, 1670, bow-bells St. Stephen Walbrook, 1672 St. Antholin, 1678, destroyed 1875 St Mary Abchurch, 1681-86 (“up-church” = upstream of Thames from its priory) Anglican Church pattern brought to the colonies Old North Church, Boston, 1723, “one if by land, two if by sea” St. Paul’s New York, 1766, pre-Revolutionary...
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