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Tasmanian National Trust Register

Historic Buildings listed by the Tasmanian National Trust

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Colonial Architecture

Conference: Robert Willis: Science, Technology and Architecture in the 19th Century

16-17 September 2016

This two-day conference explores the extraordinary life and work of the Cambridge academic Robert Willis (1800-1875). Willis was a famous Cambridge polymath. A Fellow of Gonville and Caius, he was Jacksonian Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy and taught engineering in the early years of that subject. 317 more words

Conference

St. John's Lutheran Church

So much has happened since our last post. Surely I could go into great detail, but I think I will be coy and mysterious. You can’t see it, but I just winked. 1,783 more words

Historic Preservation

Oxburgh Hall Part 3 - Gatehouse interiors and roof

It’s always interesting to go visiting and have the opportunity to climb up a medieval spiral staircase and take in the views from the roof. The original gatehouse of Oxburgh Hall has just such a staircase. 641 more words

Art History

Oxburgh Hall Part 2 - Interiors, ground floor

Following on from Oxburgh Hall Part 1 let’s now take a tour of the interior of this National Trust moated manor house. As we wander through the ground floor rooms we find essentially a nineteenth-century, neo-Gothic revival aesthetic. 993 more words

Art History

A Photo A Week: Towers

Gothic Revival Towers

I recently visited Brno in the Czech Republic. It is the second largest city in the country, and I wish I had scheduled another day or two. 89 more words

Photography