3D Renders Of England’s Historical Country Mansions And What Replaced Them (7 Pics)
Whether it be economic or aesthetic reasons, the old gives way to the new. But as many of us know, modernity doesn’t necessarily mean class. Old architecture is universally revered and has always been fascinating and pleasing to the eye. Take Notre Dame, or the Pyramids, or anything from the classical or baroque period, and you’ll find that many appreciate those old structures.
England is no exception to this architectural heritage, but things have been shifting for the worse. Nearly 2,000 historic country houses have been destroyed in England in the past 200 years. These majestic mansions were once proud households that rented vast farmlands, but as the economic paradigm shifted, they’ve become a financial burden with difficult upkeep.
Household Quotes used their experience in home renovation to honor these lost mansions, bringing them back to their former glory with the help of digital 3D renderings. The team has researched what stood before and what stands in place today to offer a broad ‘then and now’ perspective.
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