Neoclassical

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Neoclassical

Refers to a rebirth of classicism in the architecture of Europe and America during the late 18th and 19th centuries. Characterized by the widespread use of Greek and Roman architectural orders and decorative motifs, strong geometric compositions, and shallow relief in ornamental detail.
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The grant has also ensured that this fine Grade II neo-classic style building has been preserved and continues to form an important visual contribution to Merthyr Tydfil's town centre.
Typical of the favoured architectural style are the stuccoed facades and neo-classic porticoed porches plus tidy front steps and masses of decorative wrought ironwork - all features of Clarence Mansions.
Helsinki blossomed with dozens of streets and buildings, all in a 19th-century style called Russian Neo-classic.
Inspired by iconic elements of the 20s, including Neo-classic columns, dropped-waist Deco designs, slinky sheaths and jewelry inspired beading, Maggie Sottero's Spring 2014 collection calls out to today's romantic bride seeking a modern twist on traditional styling.
Ashton's first new ballet there was the serenely neo-classic Symphonic Variations (revived last fall by American Ballet Theatre).
The 5-story, approximately 20,000 s/f neo-Classic limestone mansion at 12 East 69th Street was built in 1884 by architect William Schickel for silk importer August Richards.
TAKE part in The Big Frieze and try your hand at improving on a neo-classic masterpiece at St George's Hall, tomorrow,between 1pm5pm.
Looking at the Federal Building today, its elegant neo-classic facade glowing in the sun, you could find it hard to believe that it has "always" been there, so new does it seem.
For the first decade of his career Mies built respectable, but orthodox, bourgeois villas and designed mildly pompous neo-classic monuments.
And where the 30s property set out to look modern, The Farthings is nostalgic and unashamedly 19th century in inspiration, the facade to number 11 detailed with a neo-classic pedimented entrance.
The newest is a neo-classic border rug with a carved border with scrollwork detailing.
Handsome, modern structure inspired by turn of the century neo-classic style architecture featuring Mansard roof with piercing dormers on the upper level with balustrade balcony, covered balcony with columns and railing on second story, full height glass panels with 16 ft columns on street level