St Paul's Cathedral sketches show how Sir Christopher Wren changed architecture






Sir Christopher Wren's final designs for St Paul's cathedral have gone on display for the first time, demostrating how his practices created a benchmark for modern architects.

The sketches show how he introduced mathematical concepts into architecture and turned the design of buildings from being classed as being simply a part of the building trade to a profession in its own right.

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