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Frontal view of the Queen's House in Greenwich, England. Designed by Inigo Jones between 1614 and 1617. Beautiful restrained classical architecture.

Road passing underneath the Queen's House in Greenwich. Beautiful how road and house intersect in the form of a tunnel with patio, introducing daylight and a view in the middle of the passageway. This villa was designed by the British architect Inigo Jones from 1614-1617 and is considered to be the first consciously classical building.

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View of the corner of the Petworth House in Sussex, United Kingdom, presumably by the French/dutch architect Daniel Marot. Very sober and restrained classicism probabely influenced by the Dutch 'Strakke Stijl' (Stark Style) classicism.