Georgian buildings usually have a square symmetrical shape and are carefully proportioned according to fashionable Classical design principles. These were based upon the Palladian Classical orders of the 16th century who in turn was trying to replicate the proportions of Roman architecture. The use of the Classical orders within architecture applied to both grand mansion houses and individual terraces.
A mould from York that has real simplicity and quality that would complement any Georgian home
A protruding top section gives way to a compressed teardrop before giving way to a lower flat section. In essence three things that work in harmony.