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The 18th century saw the rise of a number of highly influential interior designers and architects such as William Kent, James ‘Athenian’ Stuart, Robert Adam and Horace Walpole. A number of rooms from 18th-century houses have been reconstructed in the V&A’s British Galleries.
The Early Cape houses of Wells, Maine, are a collection of 18th-century Cape style houses in or near the town of Wells, Maine.The town has a concentration of these houses that is unusual in the state of Maine.In the 1970s the town conducted a detailed street survey, in which 19 historically significant 18th-century Cape houses were identified either in or just outside the municipal boundaries.
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The official website for the Fashion Museum which houses iconic attire from the 18th century to modern day.
The 18th-century was also the great age of the English terraced house. The terraces of the 18th century, seen to perfection in cities such as Bath (photograph above) and London, exhibited the same hierarchy of room function and level as the country houses, but in a still more obvious way because terraced houses were tall.
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Victorian kitchen range set into an 18th-century chimneypiece, Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk. Formerly Oxburgh's kitchen, the room now houses the tea-rooms. 18th-century fireplace may have been removed from the Great Hall prior to its demolition.