Detail View: SHIMMER: Royal Pavilion

Title: 
Royal Pavilion
Creation Date: 
1823
Image Date: 
1960 - 1969
Period: 
18th century
Start Date: 
1787
End Date: 
1823
Location: 
Brighton, East Sussex
Country: 
ENGLAND, UK
Display Creator: 
NASH ; HOLLAND
Image ID: 
10-1209
Description: 
Exterior detail: ground floor windows with balcony above - central section of the East Facade. In 1787 HOLLAND converted an existing farmhouse into a neo-classical Pavilion for the Prince Regent, the future George IV. This pavilion was transformed between 1815 and 1823 by John NASH who built the Indian style structure constructed on a cast iron frame resting over HOLLAND's previous building.
Rights: 
© Sheffield Hallam University
Permissions: 
For educational use only. This image may be used in print or digital materials provided that full acknowledgment is given, expressed as follows: " © < insert details from the 'Rights' field >. Photographed by < insert details from the 'Photographed by' field >."
Photographed by: 
Dave Ball
Creator: 
NASH, John
Creator Dates - Born: 
1752
Creator Dates - Died: 
1835
Creator Role: 
Architect.
Culture Gender: 
Male.
Nationality: 
British.
Creator: 
HOLLAND, Henry
Creator Dates - Born: 
1745
Creator Dates - Died: 
1806
Creator Role: 
Architect.
Culture Gender: 
Male.
Nationality: 
British.
Subject Heading: 
Building, Iron and steel
Subject Heading: 
Architecture, Indian
Subject Heading: 
Architecture -- 1800-1900
Subject Heading: 
Windows
Subject Heading: 
Decoration and ornament, Architectural
Subject Heading: 
Balconies
Subject Heading: 
Architecture -- 1700-1800
Subject Heading: 
Pavilions