Revival architecture

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This reassessment of George Gilbert Scott, known--and widely criticised--for his Gothic Revival architecture, seeks to restore his reputation.
And Lynnewood Gardens is bordered by Lynnewood Hall, a sterling example of Neoclassical Revival architecture designed by Horace Trumbauer, who also designed the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The site includes a Georgian manor house, notable for its Georgian Revival architecture, extensive formal gardens, grounds, and the original stone slave quarters and other outbuildings.
The Grade II listed Gothic Revival architecture of the Royds Mount Building provided an impressive backdrop with illuminated coloured lights, for the various musical performances from all sections of the school.
Led by Joseph Francois Mangin, who also designed New York City Hall, the building is one of New York's most revered federal style three-story structures, built in the Greek Revival architecture.
Designed by Chester- based architect Thomas Harrison, the listed Grade I entrance to Chester Castle is considered to be one of the best examples of Greek Revival Architecture in the country.
The building s neo-classical, Greek revival architecture is highlighted through its towering white exterior columns and walls, created with marble from the Colorado Yule Marble Company, the same marble used to build the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.
Built in the 1870s, the two buildings are fine examples of gothic revival architecture.
The consistency of its 1930s-era Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival architecture conveys a sense of age and permanence in contrast to the university's constantly changing student population.
Elena is a delightful town that has managed to preserve the vast majority of its Bulgarian revival architecture.
This magnificent building, with its golden-domed clock tower and Renaissance revival architecture speaks of a vibrant reawakening in art, literature and learning.