Revival style

Revival style

An architectural style which derives elements from a previous style and incorporates them, oftentimes with variations.
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The 3,600 s/f Renaissance Revival style house was originally built in 1887.
Derby Central Library was originally built in 1879 in a Gothic revival style and is now under the stewardship of Derby Museums Trust.
Designed in a Greek revival style, it was built with local Dundee brick by Edwin Reeves and Joshua Wilbur.
Its facade typifies the Spanish Revival style popular in the American Southeast before World War II.
He was one of the Victorian era's most renowned architects and a master of the Gothic Revival style.
The opulent place of worship was built in 1874, and is widely regarded as the finest example of the Moorish Revival style of synagogue architecture in Great Britain.
Fair has been involved with Make-A-Wish Mid-South and the Junior League of Little Rock, where she's chair-elect of the committee overseeing its 1910-vintage Second Renaissance Revival Style headquarters.
This was destroyed by fire 40 years later and was rebuilt in the Greek revival style. Robert Hughes, heir to the family's copper fortune, ordered an extensive restyling between 1870-1874.
Beth Israel in Honesdale, PA is an example of the Greek Revival style, fashionable for houses of worship in the 1840s and early 1850s (figure 2).
in Oklahoma City, is significant for its Classical Revival style as well as for its association with education as Oklahoma City's only extant historically separate elementary school in the city.
The Gothic Revival style building was the State Arsenal from the 1850s until the early 1970s when the Boone National Guard Center opened in Frankfort.
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.