"Building with History" - Georgian Style

Brent Hull takes you on a visual tour through the history of the Georgian era during a visit to a home inspired by Drayton Hall.
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What is Georgian style? What sparked its inspiration? In this "Building with History" video, learn how design comes full circle with Brent Hull's insight on one of the greatest examples of early American architecture, Drayton Hall, which was originally inspired by Palladio's stylings.

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