Colonial Revival style

Colonial Revival style

The reuse of Georgian and Colonial design in the United States toward the end of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, typically in bank buildings, churches, and homes.
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The house is a predominantly Colonial Revival style -- among others -- as he used the property as a pallette for new designs.
The buildings include several examples of Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture.
The Springville Museum of Art was built during the Great Depression in Spanish colonial revival style. The 45,000-square-foot museum includes a long spiral staircase, high ceilings and red brick floors throughout all 29 galleries.
Rocheford to build a two-story, off-colored tapestry brick Colonial Revival style school with eight classrooms, two playrooms and all the other rooms necessary for teachers and custodians.
On the other hand, Alsup knows that the school south of the University of Oregon campus is beloved by many for its consistently high academic ratings and its graceful Georgian Colonial Revival style.
The 1862 home, which was renovated in the colonial revival style by filmmaker deRochemont in 1938, was in danger of being razed to make way for new commercial development in 2005.
Completed in 1937, the Spanish Colonial Revival style building has since added two new wings to bring it to its current size of 41,000 square feet.
The architect took special pains to match the existing Spanish colonial revival style of the house, so the addition looks as though it has always been there.
Hale of Boston in the Colonial Revival style and built at a cost of $35,000 in 1903-04.
The richly embellished Spanish colonial revival style pervades the school's main buildings: spires and archways abound.

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