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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They went along to visit the neo-gothic mansion on the Isle of Bute, designed by Scottish architect Robert Rowand Anderson.
The Grade II listed neo-gothic 65ft tall memorial was designed by architect John Henry Chamberlain, who was no relation to a man who was a statesman, businessman, councillor, mayor and MP.
But its charming building, including its Neo-Gothic facade, legendary wooden staircase, stained glass skylight and built-in cart on rails remains unchanged to date.
And even though construction of the neo-Gothic church began in 1882, authorities only discovered in 2016 that it never had planning permission, AFP reported.
The sunken boat was located near the Margit Bridge, not far from the neo-Gothic parliament building on the riverbank.
However, Liverpool Cathedral, considerably bigger than Notre Dame, yet neo-Gothic in design, benefited from 20th-century technology and the use of massive enclosed concrete girdles and beams to support the roof and tower.
Casa Manila is entirely furnished with authentic pieces including objects from the Quiapo ancestral home of painter Felix Resurreccion-Hidalgo, notably the chapel's neo-gothic altar, the large Murano chandelier, and the wooden forbeauty-only fireplace in the sala.
But they must be determined not to be overwhelmed by the neo-Gothic trappings, and quickly adapt to their new surroundings.
THE PS16m revamp of a town's stunning neo-gothic town hall is to be carried out by an award-winning architecture firm.
With its wailing guitars and neo-gothic storytelling was this anything like the heavy metal I so wanted to listen to like my best friend's big brother?
JULIA and Guy Hands own some of the Midlands' most prestigious hotels including the magnificent neo-Gothic Ettington Park near Stratford-upon-Avon and the fashionable latemedieval New Hall Hotel in Sutton Coldfield.