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Adam, Robert 

The Oxford Companion to the Garden
Patrick TaylorPatrick Taylor

(1728–92), Scottish architect, son of William Adam.One of the most prolific, successful, and distinguished architects of his day, chiefly practising in England but also designing notable houses in Scotland and a few in Ireland. He designed many garden buildings and also had a hand in landscape design. At Kedleston Hall (Derbyshire), as he wrote to his brother John in ... ...

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