Architectural Styles

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Gothic Architecture in American

Gothic Architecture in American

December 2, 2014
While a Gothic vocabulary is relevant to many American styles, a full-blown Gothic Revival took hold in mid-19th-century America. By Patricia…

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19th century architectural styles

19th century architectural styles

September 30, 2014
The Mid-19th Century Period covers the revival styles popular in the middle of the nineteenth century, the Greek Revival, the Gothic Revival…

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Ohio State Architecture

Ohio State Architecture

May 24, 2014
Architecture is a mode of thinking about and acting within the world. Architecture’s expansive scope encompasses the arts, the humanities, and…

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Federal style Architecture

Federal style Architecture

February 24, 2015
The Federal style is also known as the Adam style, after the Adam brothers, British architects who developed this style in England. It is really…

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Mission style Architecture

Mission style Architecture

April 4, 2015
In the first few years of the 20th century, the architectural firm of Greene and Greene, steeped in the Art & Crafts movement and influenced…

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Ancient civilization Architecture

Ancient civilization Architecture

September 16, 2015
The “Dialogue of Civilizations” conference in Guatemala brought together archaeologists studying five ancient cultures to discuss their similarities…

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The Evolution of Architecture

The Evolution of Architecture

September 27, 2014
Steps Start by learning what architecture is. According to the Webster’s dictionary: Architecture is the art of building in which human requirements…

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