The Elements of Style: An Encyclopedia of Domestic Architectural Detail (Mitchell Beazley Art & Design)
Stephen Calloway, the General Editor and contributor of the chapters on the early Georgian and Regency periods, is Curator of prints and books at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. He writes, lectures, and consults on architecture and interior design. His books include Twentieth-century Decoration and Baroque Baroque. He writes regularly for The World of Interiors, House and Garden, and Elle Decoration and the US periodicals Nest, Architectural Digest, and Antiques. Elizabeth Cromley, the Consultant Editor and contributor of the chapter on the American Vernacular, is Professor of Architecture at Northeastern University, Boston. She is the author of Alone Together: a History of New York's Early Apartments and has co-edited two collections of essays for the University of Tennessee Press: Gender, Class and Shelter and Shaping Community - volumes 5 and 6 in the series Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture.
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