‘New Elizabethan’: The Queen’s reign ushered in a new era for architecture – CNN | Ad On Picture

'New Elizabethan': The Queen's reign ushered in a new era for architecture - CNN

Written by Jonathan Glacey Jonathan Glancey is a British architecture critic and author. After Queen Elizabeth II acceded to the throne in February 1952, popular composer Ronald Binge changed the name of a light and graceful piece he had originally titled “The Man in the Street” to “Elizabethan Serenade”. He reportedly did this to reflect … Read more