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11. Design Styles - Neoclassicism, Revivalism & Orientalism

Neoclassicism, Revivalism & Orientalism (1720 – 1910) – The world moves into the industrial revolution. The sense of grandeur and anticipation of the times may explain why there was a desire to reference the great civilisations of old.

Europe

  • Georgian (1714 - 1830)
  • Neo-Palladian (1715 – 1800)
  • Gothic Revival (1740 - 1870)
  • Pombaline style (1755 - 1860)
  • Greek Revival (1758 - 1870)
  • Indo – Saracenic (1795 – 1880)
  • Empire (1800 - 1830)
  • Egyptian Revival (1809 - 1929)
  • Palazzo Style (1816 - 1936)
  • Italianate (1820 - 1890)
  • Beaux-Arts (1830 - 1900)
  • Victorian (Renaissance Revival, Baroque Revival, Empire Revival, Queen Anne) (1837-1901)
  • Edwardian (1901 - 1910)

American 

  • Colonial Georgian architecture (1714 - 1830)
  • Neo-palladian (1720 - 1800)
  • Federal (1780-1830)
  • Greek Revival (1803 – 1860)
  • Egyptian Revival (1809 - 1929)
  • Antebellum (1812 - 1861)
  • Beaux-Arts (1830 - 1900)
  • Italianate (1840 - 1890)
  • Romanesque Revival (1840 – 1930)
  • Renaissance Revival (1876 - 1917)
  • Queen Anne Style (1880 - 1910)
  • Gothic Revival (1890 - 1960)
  • Colonial Revival (1890 - 1930)

Australian (Exclusive)

  • Queenslander (1840 - 1969)
  • Federation (1890 - 1920)
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