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The Architecture of Scotland, 1660-1750


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Dr John Lowrey is a senior lecturer in architectural history in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at Edinburgh University. He is also Dean of Undergraduate Studies in the College of Humanities and Social Science. His research interests are mainly Scottish and mainly in the long eighteenth century, with a special interest and wide range of publications in the architecture and urban design of the Enlightenment period, the early classical country house of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century and the designed landscape of Scotland. Dr Louisa Humm works at Historic Environment Scotland as Senior Casework Officer responsible for listed building consent work in Glasgow and other parts of South-West Scotland. Her interests include early eighteenth century gardens and designed landscapes, railway station architecture, and waterworks (particularly the Loch Katrine Scheme). Dr Aonghus MacKechnie is an architectural historian and an honorary lecturer of architecture at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. He has researched and published on Renaissance-early modern architecture and culture in Scotland, Romanticism, and the history and culture of the Highlands. He is co-author of Scottish Architecture (Thames & Hudson, 2004) and author of Carragh-chuimhne, Two Islay Monuments and Two Islay People: Hector Maclean and John Francis Campbell (Ileach, 2004). He is employed by Historic Environment Scotland.

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