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Architectural Styles

Across history, buildings have been pushed, pulled, poured and stretched into all sorts of shapes and styles. Whether in response to new technologies, anticipation of the future, or an interest in the past, architecture is a living reminder of our ever-shifting tastes and concerns.

Architectural Styles - Top Four Results

Architectural style Brutalism

Brutalism

Consider Brutalism as architecture in the raw, with an emphasis on materials, textures and construction

Architectural style Art Deco

Art Deco

This style of clean lines and minimal decoration was associated with entertainment and glamor

Architectural style High Tech

High Tech

High Tech is a style that celebrates the display of a building's construction and services

Architectural Styles - Other Results

Architectural style

Art Nouveau

Although it was popular only for a few years, the flowing lines and organic forms of this style spread across the world

Architectural style

Arts and Crafts

A style that urged for a return to craftsmanship and which rebelled against industrialisation

Architectural style

Modernism

Modernism rejected ornament and embraced minimalism

Architectural style

Postmodernism

Postmodernism describes the colourful styles of architecture and the decorative arts that appeared in reaction to Modernism

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Scottish Baronial

A revivalist style of architecture that emerged during the mid-19th century in Scotland

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