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Inigo Jones's Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, UK

Inigo Jones's Banqueting House, Whitehall (1619-22) was one of the earliest Neoclassical buildings completed in England. The well-proportioned design used the Ionic and Composite orders on the interior and exterior. The seven-bay façade was symmetrical, with a central section - marked by balconies on the first floor - breaking forward. There was no entrance in the façade. This harmonious design was altered in the 18th century and is seen today. This project, undertaken by Vaughan Hart, Alan Day and David Cook of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture (CASA), University of Bath, was concerned with visualisation of the original design prior to the 18th-century alteration. Computer-aided design software (CAD) was used to render the model based on a photogrammetric survey of the building, both carried out by CASA, Bath.

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Project dates: Completed 1993.

Resource status: The model was shown at the 1994 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London.

Contributors: Vaughan Hart, Alan Day, David Cook and Joseph Robson, Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture (CASA), University of Bath.

Sources and further details:

CASA website: Completed projects.

Hart, V., Day, A. and Cook, D. (1993), 'Conservation and Computers: A Reconstruction of Inigo Jones's Original Whitehall Banqueting House, London c.1620', Computers and the History of Art, Vol. 4.1, pp. 65-70.

See an illustration on Joseph Robson's website.

Record compiled by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, 11 September 2006. Last updated: 29 November 2007.

3DVisA gratefully acknowledges the help of Professor Vaughan Hart with preparation of this record.

© CASA and 3DVisA, 2006.

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