The chosen style of public buildings and monuments from Germany to the United States, Greek Revival architecture expresses confidence and grandeur.
Eliminating the crenellations, turrets and battlements of the preceding English styles, Tudor Revivals revel in coziness and stylish simplicity.
The movement believed that the true beauty of a house was in its materials.
Considered by many to be a further iteration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic architecture.
This style was brought to the United States by the Philadelphia World’s Fair of 1876.
The broadest architectural category, encompassing an eclectic mix of homes built around the world.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous school of architectural design.
The Spanish Mission became the basis of a revival in the early 1900’s by builders who felt Spanish Mission to be a most authentically original West Coast Style.