eclectic architecture

eclectic architecture

Architecture that combines elements and characteristics of a wide range of historic styles. See Exotic Eclectic architecture, French Eclectic architecture, Neo-Eclectic architecture, Spanish Eclectic architecture.
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The Culture Department said they are excited to publicly open the structure so audiences may experience Japanese-Western Eclectic Architecture, a construction style popularized in the mid-19th century, and learn more about local history.
The location of the new hotel was once a 1900s department store and the new charming building has been decorated with eclectic architecture that nods to historic times.
ECLECTIC ARCHITECTURE AND COSMOPOLITAN CULTURE You'll find traces of Palma's rich multicultural history throughout its old quarter.
As-Salt Eclectic Architecture (1865-1925), Origins and Evolution of an Architectural Language in the Levant, Jordan
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The nearby beautiful Cathedral of San Salvador is also a must-see, with its eclectic architecture, a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassicist style.
From Britain's industrial and royal heritage to rolling countryside, dramatic coastline and eclectic architecture, she tours some of the nation's most spectacular and fascinating locations.
The eclectic architecture which tells the story of Eureka Springs is the effort of private homeowners using their own money.
Rogers' Spanish eclectic architecture is the defining style of Winter Park, and he went on to become the go-to architect in Central Florida for beautiful, quality homes.
The author also attempts to demonstrate that multiculturalism and pluralism generated over the last two centuries, and especially over the last twenty years, an original, but controversial mix of political thought, historical perspective, and philosophical interpretations that lead to the formulation of a rather eclectic architecture for the European public sphere.
The chapel is an example of Victorian Eclectic Architecture with unusual stonework.
Art historian Karen Bowie, specialising in the nineteenth-century eclectic architecture of public buildings, with a particular focus on the railway stations in Paris, claims that no general project for the railway and station studies exists in France, just a few single researchers who are interested in the topic.