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  1. archxde.com › arquitectos › adam-robertRobert Adam - ArchXDe

    Robert Adam (1728-1792), hijo de un maestro de obras escocés, estudió en la Universidad de Edimburgo Matemáticas, Anatomía y Metafísica, entre otras cosas, antes de iniciar el aprendizaje en el despacho de su padre en 1746. En 1754 fue a Italia para estudiar los edificios de la Roma antigua y del Renacimiento.

  2. www.nationaltrust.org.uk › features › robert-adam-Robert Adam | National Trust

    23/11/2021 · Robert Adam. Robert Adam. On his return Robert Adam set up a practice in London, with his brother James. He was elected a member of the Royal Society of Arts in 1758, and the Society of Antiquaries in 1761. He served as Member of Parliament for Clackmannanshire & Kinross-shire from 1768-74. The 6th Earl of Coventry brought Robert Adam to Croome ...

  3. Sus publicaciones Ruinas del Palacio de Diocleciano (1764) y Obras arquitectónicas de Robert y James Adam (1773-1779) fijaron el estilo Adam —una versión del neoclasicismo más sencilla, precisa y delicada que la del rico estilo palladiano, anteriormente de moda—.

  4. Robert Adam - Robert Adam - Furniture design: As a designer of furniture, too, Adam played a leading role and was prolific, turning his hand to everything from organ cases and sedan chairs to saltcellars and door fittings. The furniture style he evolved, popularized by the cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite, was always meant to harmonize with the rest of the home. It is one of the outstanding ...

  5. Robert Adam FRSE FRS FSAScot FSA FRSA (3 de julio de 1728 - 3 de marzo de 1792) fue un arquitecto, diseñador de interiores y diseñador de muebles neoclásico escocés . . Era hijo de William Adam (1689-1748), el arquitecto más importante de Escocia de la época, y se formó con

  6. Robert Adam. Calgary, Alberta. Hailed for his angelic, inviting presence, Robert Adam is known for breaking barriers between generations. Born and raised in the small town of Bonnyville, Alberta, Robert Adam now calls Calgary home.

  7. 30/05/2019 · Robert Adam (3 July 1728 – 3 March 1792) was a Neoclassical architect and interior designer. He was one of the most influential Georgian architects. Robert Adam was born on 3 July 1728 at Kirkcaldy in Fife, the second son of William Adam and his wife Mary Robertson. Robert’s father was the leading Scottish architect at the time and Master ...

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