Neo-Baroque


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Neo-Baroque

Said of a mode of architecture (in the late 19th century and early 20th century) more or less patterned after Baroque architecture developed in the 17th century.
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An international lifestyle hotel, Kameha Grand Zurich offers modern architecture that is stylish and comfortable as well as stunning design by tecArchitecture and neo-Baroque interiors by Marcel Wanders.
The neo-baroque exterior of City Hall lit up at night in October
My work is part of the tradition of contemporary art, but not part of a (non existent) tradition of neo-baroque architectural drawings.
Tantalize Miami's decor is inspired by classic Neo-Baroque dinner theatre, and is a sumptuous world of damask patterns, sparkling chandeliers, oversized mirrors and rich hues of gold, deep red and jet black.
Agriculture and commerce are represented by the other groups of figures on the neo-Baroque structure which has survived two world wars - it was one of the only things in that area left standing after the city was flattened by bombs during the blitz.
Constructed in neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau styles, the hotel will have 196 bedrooms and suites spread between the historic (101) and the new contemporary building (95).
As a part of its international expansion strategy, the company bought the hotel in 2007 and is revamping it in neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau style.
Constructed in neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau styles, the hotel was beautifully fitted out using the finest materials and quickly became an essential part of Lausanne's historic heritage.
Every weekend, hundreds of Hungarians flock to City Park on the Pest side of the city to take to the spa waters, savouring the elegant neo-Baroque surroundings of Europe's largest thermal baths.
It is described as having a "bold neo-Baroque style with stunning faience tiling throughout the ground and first floor".
Every weekend hundreds of Hungarians flock to City Park on the Pest side of the city to take the spa waters, savouring the elegant neo-Baroque surroundings of Europe's largest thermal baths.