Robert Adam's London

This exhibition runs from Wed, 30th Nov 2016 to Sat, 11th Mar 2017. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Wed,
22nd Feb 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Thu,
23rd Feb 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Fri,
24th Feb 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Sat,
25th Feb 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Tue,
28th Feb 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Wed,
1st Mar 2017  
(10am - 5pm)
Thu,
2nd Mar 2017  
(10am - 5pm)

Cost: Free of Charge


Discover a vision for London by one of Britain’s greatest architects.

Robert Adam had a long and enduring connection to London, establishing his practice here in 1758 and remaining in the city until his death in 1792. There is a greater density of his work in this city than anywhere else. This exhibition is the first time the architect’s work across the capital as a whole has been examined in a London museum.

On display are some of Sir John Soane’s Museum’s most beautiful and influential designs for Adam’s projects in the city, showcasing his ground-breaking neo-classical style. The exhibition examines the diverse range of projects he worked on, from those that survive such as the Admiralty Screen on Whitehall, and monuments in Westminster Abbey, to the grandiose and ambitious visions that were never built.

Robert Adam’s London offers a unique glimpse into one of the most fascinating chapters in the architectural history of London, and reflects on how the captial's skyline might have looked today if all of Adam’s innovative work had become a reality.


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.


Location

Sir John Soane's Museum,

13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, London, WC2A 3BP

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