Flute song in silver

This elegant piece of silver is both modern and ancient. Not only does it connect to designs by Hoffmann in other media, such the glass vase with fluted base he designed for Lobmeyr and a fluted sidewall paper created by his follower Dagobert Peche, but it also relates to the classic designs of ancient Greece and Rome. Look at the flutes!
silver, fluting, Paul Revere, neoclassicism, teapots, bowl, josef hoffmann, Wiener Werkstätte

Fantasy Fireplaces

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), an Italian architect, designer, antiquarian and engraver, created Diversi maniere d'adornare I cammini: ed ogni altra parte degli edifizi  (Various ways of decorating chimneypieces and other parts of the house) in 1769.
fireplaces, mantels, interior design, neoclassicism, Giovanni Battista Piranesi

Robert Adam and Kedleston: The Making of a Neo-Classical Masterpiece

This exhibition of Robert Adam's working plans and architectural drawings for the expansive 18th-century English country estate, Kedleston Hall, showcases designs for the home's exterior and interior. The lavish mansion, located on 800 acres in Derbyshire, is one of the Scottish architect and designer's most-renowned works and belongs to the British National Trust. Organized by the British National Trust with its American affiliate, the Royal Oak Foundation.
Robert Adam, england, 18th century, British National Trust, neoclassicism, Architecture, architectural drawings, exhibitions