Collegiate Gothic

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Collegiate Gothic

A term for the version of Gothic architecture that was characteristic of the colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, England, and adapted as the style for a number of American colleges in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Collegiate Gothic

Collegiate Gothic
A secular version of Gothic architecture, characteristic of the older colleges of Oxford and Cambridge. Adopted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by a number of other colleges in other countries.
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The general manager of the Green Lane Masjid and Community Centre, Amer Ijaz, who proudly showed me around the impressive interior, was keen to point out some similarities to Islamic architecture in British Gothic Revival architecture.
It was one of the earliest and most influential examples of Gothic Revival architecture, based on antiquarian printed design sources [the arched bookcases in the library were inspired by a choir screen seen in an engraving of London's Old St Paul's Cathedral].
Oakfield Street - the street contains a mix of classical and Gothic Revival architecture.
All Saints is a starkly impressive building consecrated in 1887 and a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture with an interior featuring some excellent Victorian wood carving.
It focuses on Gothic Revival architecture in Newfoundland and Labrador as practiced during the nineteenth century by the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church.
The more prosaic article by Ian Lochhead on the mid-19th century translation of Gothic revival architecture from Britain to colonial New Zealand might have done better duty in this position, or a chapter on local gothic literature perhaps, commissioned specifically for the volume.
Gothic Revival architecture, by this argument, was a style that responded specifically to the unique circumstances of the nineteenth century European city.
A Grade II Listed building, the Hall is one of the country's finest examples of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture and features 52 opulent rooms and stunning gardens.
Colman's Cathedral is "a most important example of 19th-century Gothic revival architecture .
Andrew's gothic revival architecture makes it a downtown Fort Worth landmark.
Moreover, Walpole spent the last fifty years of his life transforming a small cottage in Twickenham into "Strawberry Hill," the most influential example of Gothic Revival architecture in Britain.
It was an important early example of Gothic Revival architecture in the U.