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  1. Robert Smirke ( Londres, 1 de octubre de 1780-18 de abril de 1867) fue un destacado arquitecto inglés de la primera mitad del siglo XIX, uno de los líderes de la arquitectura neogriega, aunque también utilizó otros estilos arquitectónicos.

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    • 1 de octubre de 1780, Londres
  2. Sir Robert Smirke RA (1 October 1780 – 18 April 1867) was an English architect, one of the leaders of Greek Revival architecture, though he also used other architectural styles. As architect to the Board of Works, he designed several major public buildings, including the main block and façade of the British Museum.

  3. Robert Smirke nació en Londres. Robert Smirke ( Londres, 1 de octubre de 1780-18 de abril de 1867) fue un destacado arquitecto inglés de la primera mitad del siglo XIX, uno de los líderes de la arquitectura neogriega, aunque también utilizó otros estilos arquitectónicos.

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    Smirke was born in London on 1 October 1780, the second son of portrait painter Robert Smirke; he was one of twelve children. He attended Aspley School, Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire, where he studied Latin, Greek, French and drawing he was made head boy at age 15, and studied architecture as a pupil of classical architect John Soane from May 1796 but...

    In 1805 he joined the Society of Antiquaries of London and the Architects' Club. Smirke's first official appointment came in 1807 when he was made architect to the Royal Mint. He was elected a A.R.A. (Associate of the Royal Academy) on 7 November 1808, an R.A. (Royal Academician) on 11 February 1811, his diploma work consisting of a drawing of a re...

    Smirke was a pioneer of using both concrete and cast iron. Examples of his buildings in which he used concrete foundations include: Millbank Penitentiary, the rebuilding of the London Custom House and the British Museum. Also he used large cast iron beams to support the floors of the upper galleries at the British Museum, these had to span 41 feet....

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    Sir Robert Smirke (1 October 1780 – 18 April 1867) was an English architect, one of the leaders of Gothic Revival architecture, though he also used other architectural styles. As architect to the Board of Works, he designed several major public buildings, including the main block and facade of the British Museum. He was a pioneer of the use of conc...

    The following buildings completely or partially designed by Smirke have been mentioned in The Magnus Archives: Millbank Prison in Millbank, Pimlico, London, on whose ruins the Institute is partially built (MAG 39 and throughout seasons 2-4) Reform Club in Pall Mall, London (MAG 35) St. James' Church (now St. Paul's Church), Hackney, London (MAG 63)...

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  4. Sir Robert Smirke (Londres, 1781-Cheltenham, 1876) fue un arquitecto británico. Representante del estilo neogriego en Inglaterra, es el artífice del British Museum, el edificio de Correos y el teatro Covent Garden, todos en Londres. Referencias Referencias e información de imágenes pulsando en ellas. Biografías y Vidas

  5. Robert Smirke Gran Bretaña | 1781-1867 Biografía: Arquitecto inglés nacido en Londres. Discípulo de John Soane, fue el gran representante del estilo neogriego en Inglaterra, junto a los también arquitectos William Wilkins (1778-1839) y Alexander Thomson (1817-1875).