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Monday, 1 December 2008

Social Studies: Architechtural Styles

Architecture has changed through time, from the stacked stones of Neolithic architecture to our modern Blobitecture.

  • Neolithic architecture 10,000 BC-3000 BC

Neolithic architecture
  • Sumerian architecture 5300 BC-2000 BC
  • Ancient Egyptian architecture 3000 BC-373 AD
  • Classical architecture 600 BC-323 AD
  1. Ancient Greek architecture 776 BC-265 BC
  2. Roman architecture 753 BC–663 AD
  3. Herodian architecture 37 BC-4 BC
  • Judea Architecture of Armenia (IVe s - XVIe s)
  • Merovingian architecture 400s-700s France and Germany
  • Anglo-Saxon architecture 450s-1066 England and Wales
  • Byzantine architecture 527 (Sofia)-1520
  • Islamic Architecture 691-present
  • Carolingian architecture 780s-800s France and Germany
  • RepoblaciĆ³n architecture 880s-1000s Spain
  • Ottonian architecture 950s-1050s Germany
  • Russian architecture 989-1700s
  • Romanesque architecture 1000-1300
  • Norman architecture 1074-1250
  • Gothic architecture
  1. Early English Period c.1190—c.1250
  2. Decorated Period c.1290–c.1350
  3. Perpendicular Period c.1350–c.1550
  4. Brick Gothic c.1350–c.1400
  • Isabelline Gothic 1474-1505 (reign) Spain
  • Tudor style architecture 1485–1603
  • Manueline 1495-1521 (reign) Portugal & colonies
  • Spanish Colonial style 1520s–c.1550

Spanish Colonial Style. My personal favorite.
  • Elizabethan architecture (b.1533–d.1603)
  • Dutch Colonial 1615-1674 (Treaty of Westminster) New England
  • Palladian architecture 1616–1680 (Jones)
  • Churrigueresque, 1660s-1750s. Spain and the New World
  • English Baroque 1666 (Great Fire)–1713 (Treaty of Utrecht)
  • Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake–c.1745
  • Chilota architecture 1600-present ChiloĆ© and southern Chile
  • Ukrainian Baroque late 1600-1800s
  • Georgian architecture 1720-1840s UK & USA
  1. American colonial architecture 1720-1780s USA
  • Pombaline style 1755 earthquake-c.1860 Portugal
  • Gothic Revival architecture 1760s–1840s
  1. List of Gothic Revival architecture
  • Neoclassical architecture
  1. Adam style 1770 UK
  2. Federal architecture 1780-1830 USA
  3. Empire (style) 1804-1814, 1870 revival
  • Jeffersonian architecture 1790s-1830s Virginia, USA
  • Florida cracker architecture c.1800-present Florida, USA
  • Italianate 1802
  • Egyptian Revival architecture 1809–1820s, 1840s, 1920s
  • American Empire (style) 1810
  • Biedermeier 1815–1848
  • Russian Revival 1826-1917, 1990s-present
  • Tudorbethan architecture 1835–1885
  • Victorian architecture 1837 and 1901 UK
  1. See also San Francisco arcarchitecture
  • Jacobethan 1838
  • Carpenter Gothic USA and Canada 1840s on
  • Queenslander (architecture) 1840s–1960s
  1. Australian architectural styles
  • Romanesque Revival architecture 1840–1900 USA
  • Neo-Manueline 1840s-1910s Portugal & Brazil
  • Neo-Grec 1848 and 1865
  • Adirondack Architecture 1850s New York, USA
  • Bristol Byzantine 1850-1880
  • Second Empire 1865 and 1880
  • Queen Anne Style architecture 1870–1910s England & USA
  1. Stick Style 1879-1905 New England
  2. Eastlake Style 1879-1905 New England
  3. Shingle Style 1879-1905 New England
  • National Park Service Rustic 1872–present USA
  • Chicago school (architecture) 1880s and 1890 USA
  • Neo-Byzantine architecture 1882–1920s American
  • Art Nouveau/Jugendstil c. 1885–1910
  1. Modernisme 1888-1911 Catalonian Art Nouveau
  2. Vienna Secession 1897-c. 1905 Austrian Art Nouveau
  • American Craftsman 1890s–1930 USA, California & east
  • Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s USA
  • City Beautiful movement 1890–1900s USA
  • Colonial Revival architecture 1890s–1915
  1. Dutch Colonial Revival c.1900 New England
  • Mission Revival Style architecture 1894-1936
  • American Foursquare mid. 1890s-late 1930s USA
  • Functionalism c.1900-1930s Europe & USA
  1. Danish Functionalism 1960s Denmark
  • Pueblo style 1898-1990s
  • Prairie Style 1900–1917 USA
  • Heliopolis style 1905–c.1935 Egypt
  • Futurist architecture 1909 Europe
  • Expressionist architecture 1910–c.1924
  • Amsterdam School 1912–1924 Netherlands
  • Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915–1940 USA
  • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
  • Mediterranean Revival Style 1920s–1930s USA
  • Art Deco 1925–1940s Europe & USA
  • List of Art Deco architecture
  • Constructivism 1925–1932 USSR
  • Modern movement 1927–1960s
  • International style (architecture) 1930–present Europe & USA
  • Postconstructivism 1930–1935 USSR
  • Streamline Moderne 1930–1937
  • Nazi architecture 1933-1944 Germany
  • Stalinist architecture 1933–1955 USSR
  • Usonian 1936–1940s USA
  • Soft Portuguese style 1940-1955 Portugal & colonies
  • Ranch-style 1940s-1970s USA
  • New towns 1946-1968 United Kingdom
  • Mid-century modern 1950s California, etc.
  • Florida Modern 1950s or Tropical Modern
  • Googie architecture 1950s USA
  • Brutalist architecture 1950s–1970s
  • Structuralism (architecture) 1950s-1970s
  • Metabolist Movement 1959 Japan
  • Arcology 1970s-present
  • Structural Expressionism 1980s-present
  • Postmodern architecture 1980s
  • Deconstructivism 1982–present
  • Memphis Group 1981-1988
  • Blobitecture 2003–present

Blobitecture
  • Interactive architecture 2000-present
Source: Wikipedia

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