Revival architecture

Revival architecture

The use of older styles in new architectural movements, most often referring to the Gothic, Roman, Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek, Colonial, or revival styles of the 18th and 19th century.
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Revival architecture

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Mr Shah was told that St Patrick's Church, the first church in Sindh, was built in 1845 in the gothic revival architecture style, with a capacity to accommodate 1,500 churchgoers.
The chief minister was told that St Patrick's church, the first church in Sindh, was built in 1845 in Gothic revival architecture. It has the capacity to accommodate 15,00 worshipers at a time.
Travel up the sweeping driveway that meanders through the 4.5 acres of land and eventually you'll be greeted by gothic revival style towers and castellated walls, stained glass and mullion windows; all classic features of Gothic Revival architecture.
van der Meer and built between 1922 and 1929, the buildings are excellent examples of Beaux Arts and Renaissance Revival architecture. Current property owners, the Catholic Diocese of Rockford, is hoping to demolish the historic structures despite local opposition and eligibility for local landmark status.
Well, for starters, the Society Hill home, which dates back to 1765, is one of the best preserved examples of Colonial Revival architecture in the U.S.
News St Luke's Church is described as a 'stunning' example of Gothic Revival architecture
It's more than that.' Hence, PTI's stance on this situation of how it improves the capacity and quality of such social institutes can be revival architecture for the economy of the system.
Capitol was erected in 1925 and its gothic revival architecture is capped by a clock tower that makes it about 13 floors in height though only II are habitable, Mattiace said, adding that he believes the building is the first skyscaper in the South.
Its freely-adapted Gothic Revival architecture has similarities with that of the better-known late 19th century architects Martin and Chamberlain, designers of many municipal buildings in the city.
Jacobethan is a mode of Tudor Revival architecture comprising a blend of Jacobean and Elizabethan architecture.
The Rose Building, built about 1900, was named for Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Uriah Rose and is an example of neoclassic revival architecture. It's attributed to renowned Little Rock architect George R.
The spectacular Jukuiju Mansion is situated in Wuri, Taichung District and features a mixture of traditional Taiwanese and Japanese era Baroque revival architecture. It was built in the 1920's by a businessman called Chen Shaozong but is more famous as the residence of poet Chen Ruoshi, although this fact is disputed by some.