This collection of 12 sheets of quality standard-size (500 x 700mm) gift wrap features drawings by Robert Adam.
Robert Adam (1728–92) was one of the most important British architects working in the Neo-classical style. He was a main force in the development of a unified style that extended beyond architecture and interiors to include both the fixed and moveable objects in a room. He incorporated design ideas from ancient Greece and Rome into his forms and decoration. His famous London houses include Kenwood House, Osterley Park and Syon House.
In 1883 Sir John Soane purchased 9,000 drawings and watercolours by Robert Adam and his brothers - the richest collection of architectural drawings in Britain and an untapped treasure trove of unique designs for ceilings, carpets, wallpaper and much more.
Robert Adam (3 July 1728 – 3 March 1792) was a Scottish neoclassical architect, interior designer and furniture designer.
"This year, avoid the usual struggle with rolls of wrapping paper and pick up this nifty gift-wrap book instead. It includes 12 sheets of beautifully designed, top-quality wrap."
“the joy of it is that your gifts will looks as great together as they do separately and you won’t have all the fuss of wielding paper rolls.”
“…if corners must be cut, all you really need is good wrapping paper.The Pimpernel Press prints paper of Robert Adam designs, British Library manuscripts, V&A art deco patterns or Japanese prints (£12.99 each). Wrap up some breezeblocks in these exquisite sheets, and they’ll look too good to tear.”
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"Breathtakingly wonderful, and make for the best and most original wrapping paper we’ve ever seen.”