Architettura Campestre: Displayed in Lodges, Gardeners' Houses, and Other Buildings, Composed of Simple and Economical Forms in the Modern or Italian Style; Introducing a Picturesque Mode of Roofing
Thomas F. Hunt (ca. 1790-1831) designed the mausoleum for Robert Burns at Dumfries, Scotland in 1815. He published extensively on English architecture and ten editions of this volume were published between 1827 and 1844. John G. Howard, owner of Colborne Lodge, Toronto, was the architect who supervised the building of pavilions in High Park, once his property. There was a Henry Northcote, civil engineer, in the Toronto area as well.
- Publisher: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1827
- Place Published: London
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
xix, 28 p., including plates. 31 cm. 12 architectural plates with descriptive pages. Leather spine and green cloth boards. Black leather label with gold print and trim. Wrapped in mylar, removed for photo. Some soiling to cloth. Corners slightly worn. Ink inscription on front pastedown states: "Mr. H. Northcote, With the best wishes of his sincere friend. John G. Howard, Dec. 27th 1852." Foxing.