4 edition of Robert Mylne, architect and engineer found in the catalog.
Robert Mylne, architect and engineer
Albert E. Richardson
|LC Classifications||NA997.M9 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||56028013|
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About 2/3 of the book is a transcription of Mylne's diary Robert Mylne, of the distinguished family of Scottish master masons and architects, "was for many years the surveyor of St.
Paul's Cathedral and Chief Engineer to the New River Company. Get this from a library. Robert Mylne, architect and engineer, to [A E Richardson, Sir] -- Mylne's work included the building of Blackfriars bridge. Robert Mylne may refer to. Robert Mylne (mason) (–), Scottish master-mason Robert Mylne (architect) (–), Scottish architect and engineer, great-grandson of the mason Robert Mylne (writer) (–), Scottish writer, engraver and antiquary Robert William Mylne (–), English architect, civil engineer and geologist; Robert Scott Mylne (–).
Robert Mylne (4 January – 5 May ) was a Scottish architect and civil engineer, particularly remembered for his design for Blackfriars Architect and engineer book in London. Born and raised in Edinburgh, he travelled to Europe as a young man, studying architecture in Rome under he became the first Briton to win the triennial architecture competition at the.
Architect Engineer, Signed. You Searched For: Robert Mylne Architect and Engineer to Richardson, A. Published by B. Batsford Contains Black and White Illustrations. Book is signed by Mrs. May Lineham. A few marks and rubs to cloth, corners knocked, one page torn, endpapers spotted, solid copy.
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These divisions were in due course to fragment into three disparate professions -a process in which Mylne himself later played a part Later developments thus focused on the differences in the three roles of architect, engineer and surveyor, but part of Mylne's perfectly valid argument, accepted by the Bridge Committee, was that he had been.
English: Robert Mylne ( – ) was a Scottish architect and civil engineer, particularly remembered for his design for Blackfriars Bridge in London. Country of citizenship: Scotland. Robert Mylne (January 4, - May 5, ) was a Scottish architect and civil engineer, who is remembered for his design for Blackfriars Bridge in London.
Born in Edinburgh to a family of architects and builders, his great-great grandfather was the mason and architect Robert Mylne, known for his work as the King's Master Builder at Holyrood.
MYLNE, ROBERT (–), architect and engineer, architect and engineer book the eldest son of Thomas Mylne (d. ) of Powderhall, near Edinburgh, mason, eldest son of William Mylne (–), mason [see under Mylne, Robert, –].
The father was city surveyor in Edinburgh, and, besides having an extensive private practice, designed the Edinburgh.
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William Mylne (–) was a Scottish architect and engineer. He is best known as the builder of the North Bridge, which links the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh, Scotland.
He was the younger brother of Robert Mylne, architect and designer of Blackfriars Bridge in London. Robert Melville was a bankrupt fishing agent from Dunbar, East Lothian, who persuaded the Board of Directors to grant him the majority of the contracts for Ullapool.
Melville employed James Miller, a minor Edinburgh architect, to produce the plans for his various contracted buildings at Ullapool.
Anon.,Cited by: 3. MYLNE, WILLIAM CHADWELL (–), engineer and architect, born on 5 or 6 Aprilwas the second son of Robert Mylne (–) [q. v.] In he was already assisting his father to stake out the lands for the Eau Brink Cut, and he also worked on the Gloucester and Berkeley Ship Canal.
Bolesworth Castle has been built in by the Cheshire architect William Coles a pupil of Thomas Harrison of Chester. It was built on the footprint of an earlier house dating from The lake was dug in and its stone bridge was the work of Robert Mylne (), a Scottish architect and civil engineer, well known in his day.
William Chadwell Mylne (), British engineer and architect Robert Mylne (), Scottish architect and master mason Louis George Mylne (), Anglican Bishop of Bombay from to "The Architect" presents us with yet another psychopathic genius in search of Inner Truth and Beauty (no, not Clevenger - he is the alcohol-addicted genius in search of Inner Truth and Beauty), who is willing to kill to fulfill God's Plan - in this case while working as an architect, hence the title/5(45).
Roberto the Insect Architect is a great read aloud for grades It is a third grade reading level but the message from the book is a great introduction to a lesson on courage, working hard despite failure, and following your dreams in times of adversity/5.
Intended as a valuable biographical reference work on the lives, works and careers of individuals engaged in the practice of civil engineering, this volume looks specifically at those whose careers began before Beginning with what little is known of the lives of engineers such as John Trew who practised in the Tudor period, the background, training and achievements of 5/5(1).
John Mylne (–), master mason and architect Robert Mylne (–), stonemason and architect, last Master Mason to the Crown of Scotland Robert Mylne (–), architect and civil engineer, remembered for Blackfriars Bridge, London Walter Newall (–) Peter Nicholson (–).
For Adam, the most fascinating is the Mylne family, scarcely known outside a few architectural geeks and yet Robert Mylne () was as busy as any other individual architect or engineer at the time. Designs by Robert Mylne. ♦ 26 April: James Smith architect made Burgess of Canongate [Register of the Burgesses of the Burgh of the Canongate, 27 June to 25 SeptemberEd.
Helen Armet, Edinburgh, ] ♦ To Dalkeith House, remodelled for Anne, Duchess of Buccleugh [NAS GD//1]. He is most enthusiastic about engineer-architects and architect-engineers in whose work technical and aesthetic innovation meet seamlessly: Auguste Perret, Robert Maillart or Frei Otto.
For them, construction – the business of embodying a design in brick, stone, steel – takes on its proper importance. Mylne family, a dynasty of Scottish masons and architects.
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Because the title page of this copy of the book is inscribed, ‘Robert Mylne Esq. from the Author‘, we know that this marginal note was by Robert Mylne (), architect and engineer, involved in the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal and the Worcester Canal, and described by a cartoonist as the ‘firey comet‘.
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Born in Edinburgh to a family of architects and builders, his great-great grandfather was the mason and architect Robert Mylne, known for his work as the King's Master Builder at Holyrood Price: $ Greaves, a grandson of Robert Mylne and assistant to James Rendel, had been the resident engineer at Acramans Bristol Ironworks, for the construction of Rendel's floating bridges.
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