Mediterranean Revival

Mediterranean Revival

An imprecise term (not a Revival architecture, as the name implies) for a mixture of Mission Revival, Italian Villa style, and Spanish Colonial Revival, particularly in the latter part of the 20th century; usually applied to a one- or two-story house with a red tile roof and stuccoed walls, usually having rounded or arched windows; occasionally referred to as Mediterranean style.
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Mediterranean Revival in style, the one-story Burns Court bungalows range in size from just under 900 square feet to 1,300 square feet, offering further proof that small is big.
org/thisoldhouse), This Old House tells another side of West Palm Beach's story--about a community dedicated to architectural preservation--when they begin renovation of a 1925 Mediterranean revival home.
Modeled after the luxurious and glamorous French and Italian Riviera, Eden Roc Cap Cana will feature Mediterranean Revival style architectural elements.
It has a huge harmony of elements of composition that wonderfully embraces the Mediterranean Revival style.
The building's exterior continues the Mediterranean Revival aesthetic in painted stucco design.
Petersburg, Florida, resort's iconic Mediterranean Revival architecture were carefully preserved while adding new works of art such as a custom Renee Dinauer sculpture at the entry and one-of-a-kind Chihuly pieces.
Architectural Styles That Are Characteristic Of The District Include Queen Anne, Shingle, Colonial Revival, Craftsman, Prairie, And Mediterranean Revival.
Style-wise they run a narrow gamut, from the Mediterranean Revival look of the millennium to the newer "coastal" look currently popular, with a few modernist examples that take their design cues from the Sarasota School of Architecture of the 1950s.
While Building 100 is a modern building that was constructed in the 1980s, the adjacent historic Building 1 is on the National Register of Historic Buildings for its rich Mediterranean revival style dating from the 1930s.
Inspired by the Giralda Tower in Seville, Spain, the Freedom Tower reflects a Mediterranean Revival architectural style, which is often characterized by stucco walls, terra cotta and tile roofs, decorative arches and keystone detailing.
Modeled after the French and Italian Riviera, Eden Roc Cap Cana will feature Mediterranean Revival style architectural elements.

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