From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland

Cristina Gonzalez-Longo, D Theodossopoulos

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Abstract

Describes James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationNuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History
EditorsR Carvais, A Guillerme, A Negre , A Sakarovitch
Place of PublicationParis
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Keywords

  • construction industry
  • 17th century

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Gonzalez-Longo, C., & Theodossopoulos, D. (2012). From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland. In R. Carvais, A. Guillerme, A. Negre , & A. Sakarovitch (Eds.), Nuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History Paris.
Gonzalez-Longo, Cristina ; Theodossopoulos, D. / From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland. Nuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History. editor / R Carvais ; A Guillerme ; A Negre ; A Sakarovitch . Paris, 2012.
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From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland. / Gonzalez-Longo, Cristina; Theodossopoulos, D.

Nuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History. ed. / R Carvais; A Guillerme; A Negre ; A Sakarovitch . Paris, 2012.

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Gonzalez-Longo C, Theodossopoulos D. From master mason to architect: James Smith’s construction techniques at the end of 17th century in Scotland. In Carvais R, Guillerme A, Negre A, Sakarovitch A, editors, Nuts & Bolts of Construction History. Culture, Technology and Society. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Construction History. Paris. 2012