Transitional style

Transitional style

An architectural style characterized by elements of an older style blended with elements of a more modern style in the same building, such as the evolution of Romanesque into Gothic.

transitional style

transitional style: capital, Church of St. Sebaldus, Nuremberg
An architectural mode in a period between two different architectural styles, as for example, between late Georgian and early Federal style; such a transition may occur at different times in different parts of a country.
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With visual references drawn from classical Greek forms, indigenous Asian styles and African tribal art, transitional style is exactly what it says on the tin: evolving, changing and still growing.
However, a 26-11 lead, built on the transitional style of play which has become a feature of Newcastle's game since Christmas, must have encouraged all concerned.
The design DNA is a fusion of Tiotuico's expertise in metal finishes and unusual forms, and Paras' transitional style, a combination of traditional and modern elements.
Modern and cool, it's the perfect mix of transitional style in the key autumn colours of burgundy, cobalt, blush and grey.
When it comes to kitchen design, according to the NKBA, transitional style was the most popular in 2013, and is expected to remain strong in 2014.
He has two sculptural figures of man and a woman in stoneware at Ayala, entitled "Fire on a Mountain." They are no longer vases and they represent the artist's transitional style. "They also represent the state of my family when we left our studio and home at the foot of Mount Makiling in Laguna in late 2009," recalls Mendoza.
In hindsight, the curving forms of the first digital age appear today more and more as a transitional style, where the newly discovered power of digital computation was tasked to perform traditional (i.e., modern) mathematical operations: a marriage of that signature invention of modernity, calculus, with computers that used calculus-based splines for the design and mass production of actual physical objects.
Upon completion this fall, the offices will feature clear glass to optimize views and create a more fluid look and a transitional style with a neutral color palette, punctuated by rich blue tones and warm woods.
The 488 guestrooms have been redesigned in a transitional style with contrasting colors, creating a residential feeling.
Booze could have put a beam in the center to shorten the span, but a beating point for the beam was questionable, and he wanted to keep with the house's transitional style.
Spring provides introductory chapters on topics that took place on the continent such as the invention of the lute, the development of the polyphonic manner of solo playing, and the transitional style of lute playing from the Renaissance style to the Baroque style.

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