Gothic Revival Style:

This style movement began in England in the mid-18th Century and gained popularity in the 19th Century. It builds upon the original Gothic style. By the 20th century, new developments, such as steel framing, replaced features such as flying buttresses, allowing for a more open view.

Common Features

  • Pointed Arches
  • Sloped, Steep Roofs
  • Lace/Lattice Work
  • Finials
  • Lancet Windows

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