Architecture

NEOLITHIC

  • Stonehenge
  • Temple at Tarxien, Malta

ANCIENT EGYPT

CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY

ANCIENT GREEK

ANCIENT ROMAN

THE DARK AGES

MEDIEVAL

ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE

BYZANTINE

ROMANESQUE

GOTHIC

RENAISSANCE

PALLADIANISM

A Classical style named after the influential architect Andrea Palladio

  • Chiswick House, London (Completed 1729)

BAROQUE

TUDOR

A style that flourished under the Tudor dynasty in England, it is typified by the inventive use of timber and brick

ELIZABETHAN

JACOBEAN

This English style was influenced by continental and Renaissance sources and is associated with the reign of King James I

ROCOCO

COLONNIAL

NEOCLASSICAL

FEDERAL

REVIVALISM

GREEK REVIVAL

VICTORIAN

EDWARDIAN

NEO-GOTHIC

REGENCY

GEORGIAN

ORIENTALISM

BEAUX-ARTS

ART NOUVEAU

FUTURISM

MODERNISM

ART DECO

MID CENTURY MODERN

BAUHAUS

BRUTALISM

Brutalism is a style with an emphasis on materials, textures and construction, producing highly expressive forms

POST MODERNISM

NEW CLASSICAL

EXPRESSIONIST

CONSTRUCTIVISM

DECONSTRUCTIVISM

NEO-MODERNISM