Neo-Gothic

Neo-Gothic

The reuse of forms of Gothic architecture in the second half of the 19th century and thereafter.
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uk Sheffield Park Garden, East Sussex: Set around four lakes and backed by neo-Gothic architecture, the 120 acres of parkland were planted after 1909 by Arthur Soames, purely for the drama of shape and colour.
Sat next to the huge landmark of the imposing neo-Gothic St Chad's church, the pub is a popular spot all year round.
The term "white elephant" is not typically used for architectural or historical analysis; in fact, it was coined in a cartoon featured in the 1927 Princeton Tiger student newspaper, wherin a child stands in front of Princeton's newly completed neo-gothic chapel, asking her mother, "Mummy, is that thing a white elephant?
The foundation stone was laid in 1904 and a list of the areas of the neo-gothic Cathedral and ornamentation was prepared and sponsorship, as we would would call it these days, was invited.
Neo-Gothic Birkwood Castle, near Lesmahagow in Lanarkshire, had a serious bump in the night when part of its walls fell down.
So MPs demand that organisations such as the Post Office "modernise", but they do this from a neo-gothic building officially opened by a man wearing garters and carrying a black rod he taps on a huge oak door.
Locally investigation into the possibility of freely laying figurative murals, and the conservation of the current neo-Gothic frescoes and marouflages in a number of chapels.
While its brick upper story is far more utilitarian than the Neo-Gothic revival style of the first floor, it has enabled the building to continue its original purpose as a place of worship for more than a hundred years.
Of Neo-Gothic design closely modeled on English Gothic style of the late fourteenth century, it is the sixth-largest cathedral in the world, the second-largest in the United States, and the highest as well as the fourth-tallest structure in Washington, D.
The building's Neo-Gothic architecture is visible for blocks because of its two-story copper mansard roof decorated with terra cotta gargoyles and eagles.
cutlog NY takes place at The Clemente, a magnificent Dutch Neo-Gothic building and the Lower East Side's premier cultural venue.
Visitors may head for several historic structures, such as the neo-gothic Sao Paulo Metropolitan Cathedral, or view the displays at the University of Sao Paulo's Museu Paulista.