|Other titles||Construction of the roof of King"s College Chapel, Cambridge, Account of the construction of King"s College Chapel, Cambridge|
|Statement||by F. Mackenzie.|
|Contributions||Le Keux, John, 1783-1846.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, -20, 4 (i.e. 6) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||20|
While the CAG holds many training events, occasionally, there are additional events which are of a more recreational nature. One such event was a tour of the King’s College Chapel, which Georgia Crick-Collins (Development Officer, King’s College) and I hosted on 25 th August.. We met outside the west end of the Chapel, where I briefly outlined the history of the building of the . Willis's treatise ‘On the Construction of the Vaults of the Middle Ages’ in the Transactions of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 1, pt. 2 (), does not refer to the vaulting shaft anomaly in the discussion of the King's fan vault, nor is it noted in F. Mackenzie's Observations on the Construction of the Roof of King's College Cited by: 1. History of King's College chapel finally published This article is more than 4 years old Manuscript tracing years of the celebrated Cambridge building sees the . King's College Chapel is the chapel at King's College in the University of Cambridge. It is considered one of the finest examples of late Perpendicular Gothic English architecture. The chapel was built in phases by a succession of kings of England from to , a period which spanned the Wars of the Roses. The chapel's large stained glass windows were not completed until , and its early Renaissance rood screen Country: United Kingdom.
As well as being the most instantly recognizable and iconic building in Cambridge, King's College Chapel plays a central role in College life. It is the place where new students matriculate and where fellows are admitted and welcomed. We use the Ante-chapel for concerts on a regular basis, and very occasionally for lectures. The Chapel is the place where the choir records. It was founded by Henry VI in , and includes an elaborate fan-vault ceiling, magnificent stained-glass windows and Ruben's masterpiece, The Adoration of the Magi. Visit King’s College Chapel and you’ll also see an exhibition in the northern side chapels which shows why and how the chapel was built in pictures, works of art and models. Kings College Chapel is the heart of Kings College, and of the City of Cambridge. The Chapel and Gibb’s building, as seen from Front Court. Statue in the center is of Henry VI, founder of the college The full name of the college is The King’s College of Our Lady and St. Nicholas and was founded by King Henry VI in Two work collegues of mine scaling the roof of King's College Chapel, Cambridge on 16th November
We had an awesome time exploring Cambridge and even got to go up to the roof of Kings College Chapel! It was absolutely beautiful up there! . In the first of seven films celebrating the best British buildings, Andrew Dickson visits King's College Chapel in Cambridge, a powerful example of gothic architecture – covered in Tudor. King’s College, affiliated with the University of Cambridge, is a prestigious college that first opened its doors in At the time of its inception, the school’s formal name was the King’s College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in college was the pet project of Henry VI. Henry had already successfully formed a college in Eton. While he had grand plans for what. King's College Chapel Cambridge: The story and the renovation; [Rodney Tibbs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1).