Analysis of the historical significance of 'salvage' or 'spolia' in British buildings during the 17th - 19th centuries, based on case studies from the author's professional caseload. Concludes that the material was used for aesthetic and polemical effect by predominantly Catholic owners and tenants.
|Date of Award||1 Apr 2016|
|Supervisor||Vaughan Hart (Supervisor), Mark Wilson Jones (Supervisor), Harold Charrington (Supervisor) & Fabrizio Nevola (Supervisor)|
- architetcural history, Britain, spolia, catholic, non-conformist, post-medieval