Revival style

Revival style

An architectural style which derives elements from a previous style and incorporates them, oftentimes with variations.
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Peter's Episcopal Church was the northern-most Episcopal church in Manhattan and an early example of the Gothic Revival style.
The cathedral has a Romanesque Revival style with arched windows and entryways, heavy masonry walls and square towers with conical roofs.
The property is what Americans call the Mediterranean Revival style featuring stucco, decorative Spanish tiles, wood beams, carved doors, ironwork and terraces surrounded by plantings.
Keaton The property is in what Americans call the Mediterranean Revival style featuring stucco, decorative Spanish tiles, wood beams, carved doors, ironwork and terraces surrounded by lush plantings.
Popular between the 1870s and the outbreak of the First World War, the Queen Anne Revival style drew its inspiration from different eras and styles.
For the record, the building was opened in 1837 and was designed in Greek Revival style by Clark Rampling.
The chapel is a large gothic revival style building with typical ecclesiastical features including stained glass windows and memorial tablets to the front sandstone elevation.
The Minor Basilica of San Sebastian was inspired by the Roman Movement of the 18th and 19th centuries and a highly associated Neo-Gothic revival style of the Middle Ages.
His taste in choosing the Greek Revival style was not unusual for its time (around 1837).
The Spanish Revival style main house has four bedrooms, 3.
The Springville Museum of Art was built during the Great Depression in Spanish colonial revival style.
The existing sanctuary, constructed of Bedford stone in the Romanesque Revival style, has occupied the site since 1930 and was recently recognized with a Michigan state historical marker.