In the world architecture, we often hear the expression ‘Adamesque’ or ‘in the Adam style’ which refers to the 18th-century neoclassical and influential style of interior design and architecture, as practised by Scottish architect William Adam and his talented sons, Robert (1728–1792) , James (1732–1794) and John Adam (1721–1792). His daughter Jenny also managed the London office of the ‘family business’. This beautifully illustrated lecture will take you into the remarkable world of the Adam family and their architectural legacy.
This lecture is being presented using Zoom by Kenneth Park and Old Treasury Building Museum.
It will be recorded, access to the recording by request.