Designing Worlds looks back at … Antiquity

Join us today, Monday 8th November 2021 at 2pm SLT in our beautiful studio in Garden of Dreams as we journey way back into the past for an episode first shown in October 2016, when we visited the historical region of Antiquity – and its very special recreation of Buckingham Palace, home of the British Royal Family in London.

You can watch it on this blog, and you can also see the episode on the Designing Worlds Vimeo channel at: https://vimeo.com/185644822. And you can join the special Watch Party at 2pm SLT in our studio on Garden of Dreams.

Buckingham Palace in Antiquity, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

The regions that make up Antiquity are renowned for their historical role-playing – and for their recreations of historic buildings. We’re joined by Jacon Cortes de Bexar, Twelfth Night Egerton de Bexar, Tiamat Windstorm, Olavi von Hirvi, and Pamus Bing, co-owners of Antiquity. We begin by exploring Coyningham House and its grounds as we learn something about Antiquity and the role of history in the estate.

Then we cross a beautiful lake and take a carriage ride to the incomparable Buckingham Palace, which we explore with two of the creators – Jacon Cortes de Bexar and Twelfth Night Egerton de BexarNight.

And just for force of contrast, we end by exploring a very different side of Antiquity as we visit a pirate den!

It’s a beautiful episode, especially requested by our viewers for a reshowing, that explores some wonderful historical creations, so do come and join us at 2pm, or catch it on the web!

You can visit the Antiquity Regions, including many of the regions shown in this episode!

Conyngham House: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Antiquity%20MarieGalante/179/229/2002

Buckingham Palace: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Antiquity%20Texas/158/113/2002

The George Inn: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Antiquity%20Texas/163/23/22

Texas State Capitol: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Antiquity%20Texas/156/126/22

There’s lots more to see too – and special tours to help you see it!

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