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  1. Decimus Burton himself wrote, "The arch would, I consider, suffer greatly in importance if the colossal statue in question be placed there, because it would become a mere pedestal. The want of proportion in the proposed surmount, compared with the columns and other details of the architecture, would show that they had been designed by different hands, and without reference for each other. ...

  2. Decimus Burton and his pupils commended the purchase of the Elgin Marbles for the nation, and the erection of a neoclassical gallery in which they could be displayed to the same, and subsequently contended that the destruction of the Houses of Parliament by the fire of 1834 were an opportunity for the creation of a splendid neoclassical replacement of the Houses of Parliament, in which the ...

  3. La arquitectura de cristal y hierro, de hierro y vidrio, o ferrovítrea, son denominaciones de una técnica constructiva y estilo arquitectónico propio de la Revolución industrial, que se popularizó a través de la arquitectura ferroviaria, las galerías comerciales y mercados cubiertos, [1] y los grandes pabellones de las exposiciones universales de la segunda mitad del siglo XIX.

  4. Croker and his committee asked the architect Decimus Burton, still in his early twenties, to find them a temporary clubhouse in 1824. A few years after moving into 12 Waterloo Place, the members could look out of the windows to see Burton’s permanent clubhouse being built nearby, on the corner of Waterloo Place and Pall Mall.

  5. Planned and built by renowned architect James Burton, St Leonards became a family affair as Burton’s son, Decimus, took over the task after his father’s death. Burton Senior had long cherished a vision of a coastal town and had perfected his craft in London working on the beautiful buildings of Bloomsbury and Regents Park. St Leonards-on-Sea...

  6. Designed by Decimus Burton, who also designed the Palm House for tropical plants; Opened in May 1863 but construction continued for 36 years; Built on a mound of gravel and sand, the spoil from Kew's Lake; 127 bombs dropped on Kew during WWII caused structural damage to the Temperate House

  7. Une grande partie de la conception du parc est due à l'architecte Decimus Burton dans les années 1820. Alors que les jardins de Kensington sont en grande partie plats, Hyde Park est légèrement vallonné. Hyde Park fut le site original du Crystal Palace, dessiné par Joseph Paxton pour la Grande Exposition de 1851 [réf. souhaitée].